Many have doubted his chances in the upcoming Presidential elections in Nigeria but Chief Dele Momodu says his critics will swallow their own words when Nigerians make a final decision on who they want to lead their country.

The 50-year-old business tycoon and publisher of the lifestyle magazine, Ovation is one of the 19 candidates contesting the Presidential seat in next week’s general elections.

Chief Dele Momodu was the guest on JOY FM’s Personality Profile programme Thursday.

He told host Bola Ray he has the full backing of the youth in that country because of his message of creating jobs.

“Right now we have about twelve generations of unemployed graduates in Nigeria. On top of that some of them are unemployable because the quality of education went down, so we must fix the education,” he asserted.

He said he will create 200,000 jobs by channeling funds that are being misused or misdirected into the purchase of presidential jets.

Source: Joy News/Ghana