The suffering in the country according to a former Chaplain of Aso Villa, Yusuf Obaje is not as a result of the leadership style of President Muhammadu Buhari.
According to him all Nigerians have contributed to the mess that Nigeria is currently in and Buhari alone should not be blamed for the worsening state of affairs in the country.
The cleric in a speech delivered at the Network for African Congregational Theology Conference and launching of a book titled, ‘African Public Theology’, held at Bingham University Hall, Karu, Abuja, on Thursday said the change that was desired “for Nigeria to be a better country must begin with a collective adoption of a national ideology.”
Nigerians, he said have not defined the Nigeria that they want, hence are trying to build a nation on trial and error.
He however assured that God plan's to return the country to the path of peace and prosperity.
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