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President Muhammadu Buhari's Government Destroyed Fight Against Corruption – OBASANJO

The present administration of President Muhammadu Buhari has no doubt destroyed the war against corruption in Nigeria.

This position was made known by former President Olusegun Obasanjo who insisted that the battle against corruption started from his government.

Speaking in an interview with Premium Times, Obasanjo who noted that Nigeria is heading towards disaster under President Buhari, argued that the economy has been unstable.

Obasanjo said, “The progress we are making may be questionable –Is it fast enough? 

“Is it steady enough? Is it stable enough? Are we taking two steps forward and one step backwards  or one step sideways?

“You can question that, but we have no choice but to be on (the) path  of  sustainable development. 

“Any other thing will be a disaster. In fact, the pace at which we are going now is tending more and more towards disaster and instability and unsustainability.

“Now, you have a situation where three top officials of government will be from only two northern zones. 

“Ahmed Lawan is from the North-East, the acting Chief Justice of Nigeria is from the North-East, the President of the country is from the North-West. 

“They are all from what we call the core North. 

“How can you have that kind of arrangement and then be absolutely insensitive to it?

“So the prescription that our constitution makes for the kind of leadership that should emerge, we have failed to achieve that with the present leadership we have in place. 

“The constitution expects the executive to care for the welfare and security of every Nigerian.

“But in the present situation, they don’t seem to care.”

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