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Buhari’s Government Has Not Passed In Flying Colors – Gov. Abdullahi Sule

Gov. Abdullahi Sule

Gov. Abdullahi Sule

Nasarawa State governor, Abdullahi Sule has come out to say that he cannot score the current administration as excellent.

He recently revealed that Buhari‘s government has not passed in flying colours, especially in the area of insecurity.

According to him, Nigeria is about to become a failed state, and such a statement is not new in democratic Nigeria as the previous government of former President Goodluck Jonathan was also criticised in the same way.

He added that APC has a lot to do in the area of security, but the party is definitely improving in tackling insecurities in the country.

His words, “The UK-based newspaper also recalled the recent abduction and subsequent rescue of over 300 school boys in Kankara, Katsina State, revived memories of the 276 Chibok school girls abducted in Borno State in 2014.”

“I do not give our administration, the APC, ‘excellent’, in the area of protecting lives and property of the people. I do not give APC ‘very good’. If you look at it very carefully, we have a lot to do in the area of security. There is no ambiguity about that. But are we improving in tackling the insecurity challenge? Yes.”

“My concern is people who think nothing is being done, people saying, ‘We are a failed state’. These are statements being made by people who probably don’t mean well for Nigeria and don’t understand what the APC administration is doing and how the government is trying.

“If the (Kankara) children were still in the hands of those who kidnapped them, they will not even say Nigeria is almost a failed state, they will call us a failed state but now that they have been released, that is why we are getting a little credit that we are about to be a failed state.

“The ‘Failed State’ statement has come up many times in the international media, not just for this administration but in the previous administration when Abuja was being burnt and when three states were under emergency. But now no state is under emergency.”

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