Prominent Nigerians including a former Chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission, Attahiru Jega, and a political economist, Professor Pat Utomi, will on November 1 unveil a mega political movement labeled Rescue Nigeria Project.
This was confirmed in a communique, jointly signed by Dr. Usman Bugaje, and former Governor of Kwara, Abdulfatah Ahmed.
The communique was issued on Wednesday in Abuja after its national caucus meeting on Tuesday.
RNP is a political but non-partisan movement, with membership across party lines, designed to pool innovative ideas and alternatives to good governance and leadership selection process on the cardinal principles of inclusiveness, capacity, probity and courage.
However, the communique stated that in continuation of the ongoing consultations by the conveners, RPN national caucus members met, reviewed its activities, and prepare for the national launching of the project in November.
The communique noted that at the meeting, RNP experts proposed solution-based policies on the key national issues which were discussed and critically examined.
The issues include security, economy, human capital development, as well as youth and gender inclusiveness.
Others were good governance, national unity, cohesion; restructuring and nation-building.