Nigeria in shambles, citizens in despair, insecurity beyond control – Bode George

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A chieftain of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Chief Bode George, says the state of the nation leaves so much to be desired.

The founding father of the PDP particularly bemoaned the perennial and deepening security crisis in the country.

He warned against politicising the situation of the country and the plight of the citizenry, stating that the nation was teetering on the precipice of collapse.

While admitting that there was widespread anger and hunger in the land, George disclosed that Nigerians were ready to give Tinubu time as he had a lot of work to do.

“The state of our nation has been completely in a shambolic situation, it is perpetual despair and despondency. There is hunger in the land and there is anger in the land; the insecurity has gone beyond control,” Chief George said on Channels Television’s Politics Today on Friday.

“So, when you look at all those things; we are all Nigerians and I listened to his (Tinubu) New Year speech and I also listened to what Chief Osoba said, this is not the time to play politics, it is our nation. He (Tinubu) has a hell of a job to do and I have listened to him. He has these eight objectives for the year, national defence, internal security, and job creation; the man who left who was my oga did a woeful job, he did not do well at all; they belong to the same party.

“So, we all Nigerians will give him a chance, let us see how he is going to handle it. Bola Tinubu, God will guide him – he is in the hottest seat in the whole of Africa today because for every 10 Africans 6 are Nigerians, brilliant people. So nobody can pull any wool over our eyes, I pray for him, I pray for our country”

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