Obasanjo Suddenly Realizes He Is Not the Super Man in Nigerian Politics - eritvnews

Obasanjo Suddenly Realizes He Is Not the Super Man in Nigerian Politics


Former President Olusegun Obasanjo has cried out over his frustration and failure to attract support to re-engineer the distorted political future of the Nigerian failed state.  Obasanjo had declared a new coalition for Nigeria; a foundation he planned to use to re-direct the political future but his hope seem to be cut so soon and turned around with claims that he would commit suicide if he discovers that there is no hope for Nigeria.

Ex-President Olusegun Obasanjo says he would commit suicide if he discovers that there is no hope for Nigeria. He said this while speaking at the Ijaw National Academy (INA), Kaiama, Kolokuma-Opokuma local government area of Bayelsa state.

Seriake Dickson, the governor, had invited the former president to inaugurate some projects.  Among the projects were the Bayelsa Specialist Hospital, the Bayelsa Drug Mart and the Bayelsa Diagnostic Centre.

Obasanjo who vehemently refused to accept that Nigeria has totally collapsed told pupils not to give up on Nigeria. He stated the collective efforts of different generations in forcing the British experiment together should be sustained.

“If I believe that Nigeria has no hope, I will find a way of committing suicide immediately. Then what am I living for? I am an incurable optimist about Nigeria. Nigeria has hope,” he said.
“There are many things that we should have done that we have not done as we should have done them. There is no doubt about that. But that doesn’t mean that Nigeria has no hope. Hope is what drives human beings.

In the practice to prove his P.Hd. in Christian theology, he turns around preaching faith and he has suddenly become the man of faith who strongly believes there is hope for the failed contraption.
“If you are a person without hope, you are a person without life. How can I therefore say Nigeria has no hope? Nigeria has hope. And you are part of the hope of Nigeria. The question you have asked me is a very sensible question and that means with you asking me that type of question it heightens my own conviction that Nigeria has hope.

To worsen the issues, Obasonjo confessed how meaningful youth from this contraption are languishing in Italian prisons. He said, “In spite of our difficulties; I came back from Rome last night. Our ambassador there, who was a kind man, he was in the navy; he told me that his major problem is that there are 1,600 Nigerians in Italian prisons. That is a problem.


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