- Former federal lawmaker, Dino Melaye, has lambasted the President Muhammadu Buhari-led administration
- Melaye said that Nigerians are suffering because of incompetence of those running the affairs of the country
- The PDP chieftain, however, sought God's intervention over the country's woes
A former senator who represented Kogi West senatorial district at the upper chamber, Dino Melaye, went spiritual on New Year’s eve as he seeks God’s mercy on Nigerians.
Legit.ng reports he alleged that the All Progressives Congress (APC) led government incompetence has led many Nigerians to their early graves.
Melaye made this known on his official page on Instagram on Thursday, December 31, decrying the ”colossal and gross ineptitude of the federal government.”
”The cemetery is full of people who should be alive but for the colossal and gross ineptitude and incompetence of the APC-led federal government.
”Insecurity and pampering of terrorist have sent innocent souls to their early graves and wicked people responsible (in and outside Government circles) for their deaths are not only alive but they boldly continue in their evil ways.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had previously reported that Melaye sent out his own Christmas message to Nigerians in a quite unique way on December 25, 2020.
It was reported that unlike other politicians who just wrote a simple message, Melaye did a video that would leave anyone rolling in laughter.
In the video, the former senator sang a popular song in the Yoruba dialect. After his special rendition, he said a happy birthday to Jesus and then went on to wish everyone a Merry Christmas, even his enemies.
In another report, President Muhammadu Buhari promised to reorganise Nigeria's security architecture in 2021.
The president made the promise in his 2021 new year message to Nigerians on Friday, January 1.
He said his government is fully aware of its responsibility to protect the lives and property of all Nigerians, adding that they will not relent in learning and adapting to changing threats to national security and civic wellbeing.
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