In Nigeria Things are not Getting Better, Sultan Of Sokoto Declares

In Nigeria Things are not Getting Better, Sultan Of Sokoto Declares

  • The Sultan of Sokoto, Sa’ad Abubakar has shared his thoughts concerning the socioeconomic problems in Nigeria
  • His Eminence speaking at an event on Thursday, August 5, in Gombe revealed that things are no longer working in the nation
  • According to the traditional ruler, the issue of hunger must be addressed if government was serious about solving socioeconomic problems

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Gombe state - The Sultan of Sokoto, Alhaji Muhammad Sa’ad Abubakar on Thursday, August 5, called on Nigerians to get out of deception.

Nigerian Tribune reports that the president Nigeria Supreme Council on Islamic Affairs (SCIA) equally declared that things are not getting any better in the country amid the socioeconomic problems bedevilling the country.

Sultan Of Sokoto
The Sultan Of Sokoto has admitted the standard of living for almost all Nigerians have nosedived. Photo credit: @AbdulNshaking
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His Eminence made the remark at the third National Summit of Peaceful Coexistence and Nation Buildingat the Government House organised by the Da’awah Coordination Council of Nigeria (DCCN), The Nation added.

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The traditional ruler while at the Government House, maintained that the people need to understand one another rather than tolerating themselves in order for things to better.

He urged citizens not to deceive themselves, adding that government at all levels to quickly address the scarcity of food.

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Earlier, the federal government warned Nigerian youths to cautious about travelling out for greener pastures.

Memunat Idu-Lah, the director of international cultural relations at the ministry of information and culture, gave the advice in Abuja on Sunday, August 1.

She advised Nigerian youths to engage in creativity and take advantage of the government’s empowerment programmes.

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However, the president said for this to be realised, there must be a synergy between the government and the people.

He disclosed this during the commissioning of the first National Agricultural Land Development Authority (NALDA) Integrated Farm Estate in Katsina.


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