Nigeria collapsing under Buhari, says Peter Obi


Agency report

Former Anambra state governor and Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) presidential aspirant, Peter Obi, has stated that Nigeria is going through difficult times and collapsing under the current regime of President Muhammadu Buhari.

Obi who stated this while trying to woo delegates to the PDP’s national convention from Bauchi State at a brief meeting held at the Command Guest House promised that if given the opportunity of being Nigeria’s next president, he will change the trajectory and set the country on the path of development.

“The country is going through a very difficult time now, and it is collapsing and we must, for the future of our children, change the trajectory of the country by ensuring that we move this country from consumption to production, from sharing to creating. “We must build a better place; we must change our country because we cannot continue with this level of underdevelopment, this level of insecurity, with this level of problems all over the place. So, we must do the needful to ensure that in 2023, our party must have a candidate that has the capacity, competence, and commitment to build a better Nigeria,” he said.

The two-term former Anambra state governor lamented the rising debt profile of the country since the Buhari regime came on board.

According to him, all countries of the world borrow but others use the borrowed funds to develop and improve their countries and people, Nigeria borrows to share and all that we require to take our country out of poverty is to invest a lot, invest in our GDP.

He informed the delegates that he had the capacity to tackle the security challenges bedeviling the country just as he admonished them to think about the future of their children while voting during the convention.