Nigerians moved from frying pan to fire under APC – Obasanjo laments
Olusegun Obasanjo, a former president of Nigeria, bemoaned the fact that the country’s current leadership, the All Progressives Congress (APC), has put the country’s citizens in a worse situation than before.
According to Obasanjo, the seven and a half years that the APC has been in power have been difficult times for a great number of Nigerians.
According to Obasanjo, “we have moved from the frying pan into the fire and from the mountain top into the valley.”
The Balogun Owu maintained that “our leaders have done their best,” stating, however, that their best is not the best for Nigeria. He said this while maintaining that “our leaders have done their best.”
He wailed, “It was hell on earth for the majority of Nigerians.”
In a letter he wrote for the New Year, the former president of Nigeria said he felt compelled to write to all Nigerians, but particularly young people, about this topic.
The former president and Military leader made the following statement: “Those of us who are alive should thank God for His mercies, brace ourselves for the remaining few months of this administration, and pray and work very hard for an immediate better future – a future of liberation, restoration, and great hope and expectation.”
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