- Following the president’s move in reintroducing the open grazing policy, Pastor Tunde Bakare, has berated Muhammadu Buhari’s administration, describing it as gross failure
- The founder of the Citadel Global Community, during an interview, described the present situation in the country as a confusing
- Bakare hinted further that the rising insecurity in the country is at an alarming rate and a result of a failed government
Punch reports that, on Tuesday, August 24, the ex-vice-presidential candidate of the Congress for Progressive Change said that the country was at the precipice and that many things currently happening had not been seen before.
Governor Ortom criticises Buhari's administration, describes it as worst in handling critical matters
He added that adding that Nigeria has a way of bouncing back.
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“This is not the Nigeria we envisioned — not only as young people but in recent past.
“It is as if we are, again, at the precipice; but Nigeria has a way of bouncing back.
“We are full of hope that God Almighty will help us. We are in a very perplexing situation as a nation."
“If we are going to assess, we need a serious political medicare. There is no problem that is devoid of solutions.”
Stating whether or not the Buhari administration is a failure, Bakari added:
“I like to use my own words. Failure will look like ‘try again, you can still do something with it.’
“Yes, there is gross failure, it is apparent to everyone, but you can fail forward."
Governor Ortom Criticises Buhari's Administration, Describes It As Worst In Handling Critical Matters
Earlier, the Benue state governor, Samuel Ortom, has again criticised the president’s way of handling pertinent matters in the country.
According to report, the governor slammed the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari, describing it as the worst when it comes to the handling of security matters.
Legit.ng gathered that Ortom, who was a guest on a live TV programme, on Tuesday, August 24, expressed disappointment at the way the president has handled certain critical matters in the country, especially insecurity.