“Nigeria Has No Direction Under Buhari, We Need God’s Intervention” – PDP Chairman, Secondus

Secondus stated that Nigeria “is without direction and needs God’s intervention.”

The National Chairman of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP), Uche Secondus has lamented that Nigeria has no direction under the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari.

Secondus who made the assertion while commissioning the party’s new secretariat in Uyo, Akwa Ibom State, on Saturday, stated that Nigeria “is without direction and needs God’s intervention.”

He said that only divine intervention could save the country from the path of multi-level crises and institutional decay the Buhari administration had plunged Nigeria into under five years.

The PDP National Chairman said Nigeria today “needs leaders who will be truthful, honest and trusted and by the grace of God you are one of them.”

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He said the main opposition party had shown clearly that it has the best governors because of the roll call of achievements and that the country could confirm what they have seen.

“Without good leadership, you cannot have this secretariat. Our country needs a lot of prayers. A country with no direction, without a captain, we need a lot of prayers. You all know what we are going through.

“We need God’s intervention. We are happy and grateful to the leadership of Akwa Ibom for providing an edifice that will be ranking with, I don’t know the party, is it the other party?

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“What we must emphasise today is to build institutions. What we must do in this country is to groom young people that will become leaders to take over the leadership. Akwa Ibom has done well in that regard.

“PDP is becoming stronger and stronger everyday. We have recovered ourselves. Anyone from any part of the country can aspire to become anything and realise their dreams in PDP. Akwa Ibom is a state where every other state should follow,” he stated.

KanyiDaily recalls that Secondus had also criticized President Muhammadu Buhari over his administration’s approach in handling security issues in the country.

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