Let’s Protest Against Mismanagement By Buhari, Musa Tells Nigeria

  • Obasanjo shouldn’t be the one complaining since he didn’t perform during his tenure.
  • It is time Nigeria need to protest against insecurity in the country and the level of poverty in Nigeria.

A former Governor of Kaduna State, Balarabe Musa has urged Nigerians to protest against the alleged poor handling of the nation’s affairs by President Muhammadu Buhari, in order to avoid the looming doom in the country.

Musa is saying this in reaction to another letter released by former President Olusegun Obasanjo who said the country is on a precipice and war can only be staved off if urgent steps were taken to stem the raging tide of insecurity.

The elder statesman who is also the Chairman of the Conference of Nigerian Political Parties (CNPP) said It is time Nigerians come out to protest against insecurity in the country and the level of poverty in Nigeria.

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“We should not be afraid to tell the government the truth. It has never been so bad in the country. This government of Buhari is the worst in the history of Nigeria. And every patriotic Nigerian should come out and talk to Buhari and save the country from war.”

Musa further stated that if the President cannot handle the security challenges, poverty, unemployment, and the gloomy crisis, “it shows that he has failed”.

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He, however, argued that Obasanjo should not be the one saying it, because during his tenure, he did not perform well and even the Yoruba knew this and did not support him.

“All that he said in the letter is the truth. Buhari’s present government is the worst in the country. He is not uniting the country. What is happening today in Nigeria is not helpful to peaceful coexistence.

“The insecurity in the country, poverty, unemployment, and threat to the unity of the nation are unprecedented and Nigerians should rise up to protest against these. There is nothing to fear about it. Let us save the nation,” Musa added.

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