There Is No Government In Nigeria Now ・Gali Umar Na'Abba - eritvnews

There Is No Government In Nigeria Now ・Gali Umar Na'Abba


Gali Umar Na'Abba, former speaker of the house of representatives, says the widespread killings have shown that there is no governance in the country.
In an interview with PUNCH, the former speaker said it is unacceptable that people are killed on a daily basis. He also said the government would not be able to tackle the problem because its decision making process is too slow・
It is very unfortunate and this killings has conclusively shown that there is no governance in the country because you can't have a country where there is governance and every day, people are killed ・not one person, not two, but 30 people, 50 people, 80 people, this is too much,・Na'Abba said.

They cannot tackle the problem because the decision making process of this government is too slow. It is too slow to solve any problem, so it can't fix any problem.
I don't think the country is being well-managed. You can't have a president who claims he has monopoly of wisdom. That is what it is. This is the narrowest government in the history of this country.

The base is too narrow for the country to have stability and the president has a choice to make the government as wide as possible so that all shades of opinions are represented in the government.
He has that choice but he chooses to make it the narrowest government in the history of this country and it is the consequences of that decision that we are seeing today.

Though, they will deny it; they will tell you that they have restored security, they are fighting corruption and things like that and corruption is systemic, you can't fight corruption alone. If you want to fight corruption in this country, you have to carry every institution along. This is like an exercise in self glorification; that is what we are seeing.・Na'Abaa concluded.

It is obvious that Northern Caliphate is in disarray, and soon, the very wall of Nigeria will collapse for the indigenous people to regain their freedom.