President Muhammadu Buhari has answered previous President Olusegun Obasanjo who blamed him for not doing what’s necessary to address the abnormal state of frailty in the nation.
In an open letter on Monday, Obasanjo scrutinized Buhari’s administration, saying the killings couldn’t be hidden away from plain view.
“To be express and without evasion, Mr. President and General, I am profoundly stressed over four avoidable catastrophes,” he composed.
“Brutal uprising starting from one segment of the nation and spreading rapidly to different territories and prompting evisceration of the nation.”
Be that as it may, talking with national administrators of the Buhari Campaign Organization (BCO) at Aso Rock on Tuesday, the president, who did not explicitly make reference to Obasanjo’s name, said those condemning the “confined cases” of instability in the nation are not enthusiastic.
Buhari said each nation on the planet is confronting one security challenge or the other, including that banditry and abducting occur over the world.
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