Senator Dino who said this through his verified official Facebook page at 'Dino Melaye', insisted that Nigeria is gradually decaying and losing her glory, while the government of the day is doing virtually nothing positive to save the country.
The former National Assembly Member while maintaining that the president of Nigeria, General Mohammadu Buhari should be worried at how things have negatively changed in Nigeria, he also expressed worries how international establishments have found Nigeria not worthy of investing in. His belief is that these foreign establishments have lost hope in the country because of President Buhari's inactivity and policies.
Senator Melaye went on to state that instead of Twitter picking Nigeria as their regional office for being addressed as the giant of Africa, they boycotted and settled for Ghana.
He also said expressed his anger over Germany picking same Ghana as the Center for Global Health, West Africa Headquarters. The premise of his sentiment may not be far fetched, as he believes if President Buhari had done the basics required of him as the leader of the country, Nigeria wouldn't have been considered not safe for these investments to thrive.
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