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Nigerians Are No Longer Safe Anywhere Under Buhari’s Govt – Obasanjo Laments

Obasanjo said security challenges have overwhelmed Buhari’s administration.

Former President, Olusegun Obasanjo has lamented that Nigerians “are no longer safe on the road, in the train, and at the airport” under the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari.

Nigerians Are No Longer Safe Anywhere Under Buhari's Govt - Obasanjo Laments

Obasanjo Laments Over Insecurity In Nigeria

The former president spoke at his residence, Olusegun Obasanjo Presidential Library in Abeokuta, Ogun State while receiving a Peoples Democratic Party presidential aspirant, Dr Ugochukwu Williams, and his team.

He expressed concern that Nigerians are no longer safe anywhere while calling for a concerted effort of stakeholders to stem the tide of insecurity in the country.

Obasanjo said the current administration has been overwhelmed by the situation, but Nigerians must not allow themselves to be overwhelmed by the insecurity challenges.

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He said, “So, if anybody comes to say I want to see you, I want to talk to you, I will say ‘you’re welcome’. This is because I believe very strongly, and I have said it publicly and I will say it again that the situation we are in this country is not a situation where one man will say yes, he has a solution, unless we are deceiving ourselves. I believe we need to sit down collectively and look at the situation.

“A situation where you are not safe on the road, you are not safe in the train, you are not safe at the airport, that shows a very serious situation.

“I believe that all right thinking Nigerians must know that we have a situation that has overwhelmed the present administration, but we should not allow that situation to overwhelm Nigeria.”

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Obasanjo, however, wished Williams well in the pursuit of his presidential ambition.

In his remarks, Williams flanked by House of Representatives aspirants from Plateau and Imo states, said he had visited Obasanjo for consultation on his presidential ambition.

He described Obasanjo as a leader who is passionate about peace and unity of Nigeria.

The young presidential aspirant said he was on a mission to “rescue Nigeria”, which he said has been deviled with insecurity and other socio-economic challenges.

If elected, Williams vowed to end “money bag” politics, provide jobs, tackle insecurity and other challenges in Nigeria.

KanyiDaily recalls that Olusegun Obasanjo had said Nigeria “needs more rebels” to speak the truth to power without minding the consequences.

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