A former Minister of Aviation in the first Republic and an elder statesman, Chief Mbazulike Amechi, has sent out an important message to President Buhari and to all those who are saying that Nigeria is more United now than ever before.
According to Chief Amechi, he started by making it clear that anybody or anybody saying that Nigeria is stronger now than ever before is not just sick, but that the person is living in fool's paradise.
He made this statement while reacting to a certain statement credited to President Buhari where he said that "Nigeria was stronger when united than divided." He then made it known that with the present economic downturn, insecuriy and other problems, Nigeria was not as strong and united as it should be.
According to Chief Mbazulike Amechi, he said: Buhari is the one dividing Nigeria through his leadership style and if he does not want it divided, he should stop what he is doing."
Chief Amechi made this known in his home town in Ukpor, Anambra State when he was interviewed.
Indeed President Buhari should try and change his style of leadership. Things are really not going well. He should rise up and do the needful now. Nigeria is gradually sinking and if nothing is done now, we might not have any other country to call our own soon.
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