The former governor of Anambra State, Mr Peter Obi, has urged members of the Radio, Television, Theatre and Art Workers Union of Nigeria (RATTAWU), to promote good governance by holding political office holders accountable.
Obi made the call during the 40th anniversary of RATTAWU in Abuja on Friday.
According to him, holding leaders accountable will go a long way in building a better Nigeria.
He said: “RATTAWU needs to hold leaders accountable rather than celebrating incompetence.”
He, however, acknowledged the role the union was playing, and urged it to be versed in their activities in order to meet the challenges of today.
“RATTAWU needs upscaling; you have to be involved in nation building, you are the mouthpiece of the people, you can change the country for good,’’ he said. (NAN)
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