- A former presidential candidate, Obadiah Mailafia has expressed dissatisfaction with how President Buhari handles Nigeria's challenges
- Mailafia said the Nigerian leader is not doing well in managing the country's economy, security as well as anti-graft fight
- The politician, however, scored Buhari's administration a pass in infrastructure because of some road projects still under construction and those that have been completed
Dr. Obadiah Mailafia, the 2019 African Democratic Congress (ADC) presidential candidate has scored President Muhammadu Buhari low on security, economy, and the fight against corruption.
Mailafia passed the verdict on Friday, June 4, during a live interview programme on The Punch.
According to him, the Nigerian leader has failed in managing the country's challenges as well as leadership and foreign objectives policy.
The former deputy governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) went on to state that he gave the current administration a pass mark in infrastructure because of some completed road projects.
APC says Buhari's administration is the best
Meanwhile, the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) has claimed no administration in the history of Nigeria has done more for Nigeria than the present government of President Buhari.
This was stated by the acting national chairman of the party, Mai Mala Buni on Tuesday, April 20 in Abuja.
Buni, who is also the Yobe state governor, made the comments at the maiden edition of the media interactive session of the APC Professional Forum.
Buhari laying a solid foundation for Nigeria’s greatness
A legacy group of the ruling APC under the aegis of APC Legacy Awareness and Campaign (APC-LAC) has said the Buhari-led administration has been laying a foundation for Nigeria's greatness.
According to the group, a lot of the investments and reforms being made currently should have been done long before now by successive Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) administration.
The group said if the opposition PDP and its leadership want to join in criticising and opposing the APC administration, it must do so by presenting to Nigerians what they did comparatively during their 16-year stewardship.