Nigeria Is Currently On The Brink Of Collapse – NULGE President

Nigeria Is Currently On The Brink Of Collapse - NULGE President
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Ambali Olatunji who is the National President of Nigeria Union of Local Government Employees (NULGE) has reiterated that Nigeria as a country is currently drifting towards collapse and it is no longer the country the citizens dream of.

Olatunji who had also made the remarks at the 7th State Quadrennial Inauguration of the newly elected Executives to run the affairs of NULGE in Kogi State, disclosed that the country is on the brink of collapse.

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He had noted that Nigeria was drifting owing to bad leadership, adding that the last four years under the present administration shows that the country has no one in charge, drifting with nobody in control.

“This is not the Buhari Nigerians voted. Nigerians to pray, rise to the occasion to elect credible leaders in 2023, pointing out that the President has failed to provide security to the nation’s insecurity,” Olatunji said.

He lamented that the country is going through the worst of insecurity, adding that the Federal Capital Territory is now vulnerable to insurgents, a situation he described as a “shame”. He also called on the Minister of Finance and the Central Bank Governor to “with immediate effect resign from office”, since both of them has failed in their responsibility

He described the exchange rate which is on the high, as a shame due to the policy of the financial managers, pointing out that they are allegedly bereft if ideas.

He lamented that Nigeria is now a country that has no one leading, pointing out that 2023 is time to vote out poor leadership, vote for a visionary leaders and not on sentiments.

 

Africa Daily News, New York

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