Nigeria Now Worst Under APC, Citizens Are Now Impoverished By Poor Management- Ex-Bassa LG Chair, David Racha

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Yakubu Busari

The Former Chairman of Bassa Local Government Council of Plateau State, Hon David Racha has said Nigeria is worse under the President Muhammadu Buhari because citizens are more impoverished in his leadership.

Hon Racha made this disclosure while answering questions from journalists in Jos on Wednesday.

He explained that the situation became so critical that never in the history of this country that is so much divided politically ,religiously ,ethnic and regionally than now,  it’s has been so bad yet people keep emphasizing that Buhari is good.

“You would recalled that former President Shehu Shagari ruled Nigeria before yet nobody was talking on issue of corruption, so this thing Nnamdi Kanu is creating is a response of two years bad representation”, he added .

The former council boss advised federal government to dialogue with Kanu rather than using confrontation because government is over strengthening the resources on security instead of making good of it to develop the country.

According to him, each time President Buhari is back in the country, we witness several attacks apart from the recent Irigwe attack more importance series of the following, Agatu, Kafanchan,Godogodo ,Taraba States which suggest complexity of government.

He noted that there is need for political hygiene and there is need to restructure because some people just sit down to announced rules of engagement ,the 1999 constitution is not people orientated some people sat down and copied the 1960 to impose on us .

Adding there has to be input to give people sense of belonging as a sovereign nation.

Restructuring today all of this agitation are burned out of people desire because so many inconsistency which is very difficult to apply for us to move forward, he said.

He disclosed that there is deliberate agenda to marginalize some people to make other superior race if not why is government afraid of engaging people on dialogue.

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