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INSECURITY: Olusegun Obasanjo Breaks Silence, Says Bad Leadership Has Made Nigeria Lose It’s Potential

The former president of Nigeria has reacted to the bad leadership in the . While speaking about a book that was presented to him at the presidential library in Abeokuta, the former president, Olusegun Obasanjo said Nigeria lacks good leadership at the moment and due to the absence of good leadership, the country has continued to suffer different challenges on a daily basis.

While receiving a book titled, ” The Man, The General and The president, Former president Olusegun Obasanjo said he has a good wish for the country and his prayer is for Nigeria to become a very good country that would produce good things for it’ s people. He said that he what he hope would happen to Nigeria in the nearest .

In his word, he said ” I hope a country like Nigeria would someday become a good country and have good leaders because it is the wish of God for the country to be a better country. However, the present situation does not show any sign or that the country may get better very soon due to all the things that are happening in the country. Bad leadership has contributed to the failure and breakdown of law and order in the country and now, insecurity has come into play. “

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” It is clear that the is not the want it to be right now but we must refuse to let it sink, we must stand up and defend ourselves, we must change the narrative by not looking down on ourselves. Nigeria has great goal and great visison but we must not let our current situation define us or determine our future. he said”

Meanwhile, Olusegun Obasanjo is a member of the PDP. He was the first Civilian Government that took over power after the end of military regime in 1999. His presence in Nigeria politics has brought a great change to the current political setting of the country.

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