Obasanjo Urges Nigerians to Defend Nigeria Amidst Growing Concerns, declared Tinubu not in charge
Former President Expresses Alarm Over Current State of the Nation
Former Nigerian President, Olusegun Obasanjo, has issued a passionate call to Nigerians, urging them to stand up and defend the country amidst growing concerns. Obasanjo expressed deep concern over the current state of affairs, emphasizing that Nigeria is at a critical juncture and in need of decisive actions to prevent further deterioration.
In a recent statement, Obasanjo voiced his worries about the direction in which Nigeria is heading. He emphasized that the country is facing numerous challenges that require immediate attention and collective effort. “Nigerians should stand up and defend Nigeria now or never,” Obasanjo stated firmly.
Obasanjo’s concerns come at a time when Nigeria is grappling with a range of pressing issues, including insecurity, economic downturn, and political tensions. The country has been plagued by a surge in criminal activities, such as banditry, kidnapping, and insurgency, leading to a growing sense of fear and anxiety among the population. Additionally, the economic downturn and high unemployment rates have further exacerbated the challenges faced by ordinary Nigerians.
The former president emphasized that Nigerians must recognize the gravity of the situation and take proactive measures to address the underlying issues. He stressed that the responsibility of defending Nigeria lies with every citizen, and urged Nigerians to hold their leaders accountable for their actions and demand transparency and good governance.
Obasanjo’s statement also touched upon the role of prominent politicians in the country. He made it clear that individuals like Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, a prominent Nigerian politician, are not in charge of Nigeria’s affairs, and that the fate of the nation rests in the hands of its citizens. “Nigeria is dying, and it is up to us to revive it,” Obasanjo asserted.
The former president’s call to action has resonated with many Nigerians who share his concerns about the state of the nation. Social media platforms have been inundated with discussions and debates, with citizens expressing their frustrations and sharing ideas on how to bring about positive change.
As Nigeria faces these challenging times, citizens must come together, transcending ethnic, religious, and political differences, to collectively work towards a better future. The government, on its part, must prioritize the well-being of its citizens and take decisive actions to address the pressing issues. Only through unity, accountability, and active citizen participation can Nigeria overcome its current challenges and embark on a path of progress and prosperity.
Obasanjo’s call to defend Nigeria serves as a reminder that the responsibility of shaping the nation’s destiny lies with its people. Now more than ever, it is time for Nigerians to unite and work towards a stronger, more inclusive, and prosperous Nigeria.