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Former Imo State Governor, Senator Rochas Okorocha, has said over 75% of Nigerian citizens are angry at the turn of events in the country.
Okorocha stated this in Abuja when he hosted the Ona of Abaji and dozens of other Muslim faithful, including the physically challenged, to break Ramadan fast on Monday evening.
He said that nothing useful can come out of a country with so much bitterness and anger.
‘You can’t solve a problem unless you know the causative factor.
‘The cause of our Nigerian problem lies in injustice and poverty and the quicker government moves to address the issue of injustice, the better it is for our nation to reduce the level of anger on the nation,’ he said.
Okorocha said the twin factors of injustice and poverty were responsible for the current level of insecurity in Nigeria.
The APC Senator said if the government hopes to reduce the level of anger in the country, it must begin to tackle every sense of injustice and do all that is possible to make the people happy.
AFRICA TODAY NEWS, NEW YORK