Nigeria Has Suffered High Level Of Divisiveness And Anarchy Under Buhari — Saraki

Senate President Abubakar Bukola Saraki has stated that the country is experiencing a high level of uninclusiveness, anarchy and division more than ever before under the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari.
Saraki, a presidential aspirant of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), stated this in Abakaliki while consulting with PDP stakeholders on his presidential ambition and the way forward for the country.
He lamented that the unity the country’s founding fathers had propagated was now at the verge of collapse while the country was drifting into anarchy in the current administration noting that Nigeria was at crossroads and danger of living a life not anchored on rule of law.
“It is a trying time for our nation. The country is divided more than it used to be. You all know the challenges of freedom of expression and our constitutional rights,” he said.
“We all know the security situation. We must ask ourselves how did we get here and who will bring us out. You cannot give what you don’t have. We need leaders that feel your pains and it is time to have that kind of leadership.
“We will address impunity in the country and the security of the nation. With your support, Ebonyi will be right inside the administration. We must have an agenda for the youths. We will handle the issue of poverty and corruption and give Nigerians a sense of belonging everywhere.
“We want our states to be able to stand on their own. Ebonyi must be developed. We will create an enabling environment for the private sector. There is a high level of un-inclusisivness in the country.
“We must choose leaders that have capacity to move the country forward. What you are seeing in Ebonyi is not by chance, it is because your governor has capacity. That is why you are witnessing development. How then can you choose a man with capacity in your state without choosing also a leader with capacity at the national level?.
“We will fight poverty, we will fight corruption too and not do selective fight against corruption. We will develop solid minerals in Ebonyi State. We will bring private investors into the country and turn around youth involvement in governance by bringing youths to governance.”