Former President Olusegun Obasanjo has taken another look at the Nigerian State and reached the scathing conclusion that the country is crumbling and drifting to a failed State under the watch of incumbent President, Mohammed Buhari.
Obasanjo’s latest assessment of the State of the Nigerian Nation was contained in a speech titled “Moving Nigeria Away From Tipping Over”, delivered at a Consultative Dialogue in Abuja on Friday.
The former President said Nigeria has never been as divided as it is now, blaming the division on “a manifestation of recent mismanagement of diversity and socio-economic development of the country”.
ObJ has been critical of Buhari’s administration especially in the run up to the General elections in 2019.
On Friday, the former President took another swipe at Buhari’s government when he said “it will amount to dangerous and destructive self-delusion for anybody to claim that all is well in Nigeria today”.
Obasanjo however explained that Nigeria can be saved from disintegration if everyone is ready to live together in understanding, mutual respect, love with equity, justice and inclusiveness.