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Buhari Would’ve Achieved More If He Was More Agile – Abdulkareem Asuku

President Muhammadu Buhari

President Muhammadu Buhari

Kogi State Chief of Staff, Abdulkareem Asuku has come out to say that Nigeria is battling several challenges that include insecurity, disunity and corruption.

He recently revealed that these issues are currently stifling the country’s existence, and Nigerians have been reacting.

According to him, the current administration has fared well but a lot would have been achieved if the President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari was agile and able, as he was in his initial reign as a military leader.

He added that Nigeria has become more polarised and the nation deserves a leader who would supervise activities and not one who is unaware of situations.

His words, “First to mention is insecurity, the presidency under the leadership of President Muhammadu Buhari has been able to achieve a lot but it is not yet Uhuru. We need someone who will be able to supervise, who will not just stay in Abuja and allow things to just happen.”

“The unity of this country is at stake today. The Muslim doesn’t trust the Christian. The North doesn’t trust the South. We are saying Nigeria can’t breathe because of disunity, we have a leader, His excellency Yahaya Bello, that has united the people of Kogi State, appointing people that are not from Kogi, showing that he is a unifier, the first Muslim governor that decided to build a chapel for Christians to worship.”

“Corruption is staring at our faces today, we have a nation with natural resources that ordinarily should be able to give aid to the United States of America, Great Britain and the Asian world but we lack purposeful leadership to be able and harness these resources.”

“What we are doing is awareness creation. We are calling on the youths to come and pick their PVC so that they can come into governance system in a peaceful manner.”

“This movement is against revolution. What we are calling for is youth involvement not just inclusiveness but allowing the youth to take the driver seat because they have the leadership capacity, the technical know-how the agility, ability and even the number that is required to reposition the situation democratically.”


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