Former Military President and the defeated presidential candidate of the Congress for Progressive change (CPC), Maj Gen Muhammadu Buhari, has described the administration of President Goodluck Jonathan as lacking the sense of good governance, noting that anarchy is on the increase in many parts of the country.
According to Buhari, who made this disclosure during the CPC convention held on Saturday at the Eagles Square, Abuja, the federal government had not demonstrated that it had the competence to govern the nation, adding that if the country must survive the current crisis, the National Assembly must take the lead in the quest for peace.
“We must explore every opportunity to save our country. This is a historic moment when several different political parties have resolved to come together to change Nigeria for the better and stop the mindless drift that has been going on for the last 14 years. We must seize this moment that calls for patriotism and sacrifice, it’s time to sacrifice everything; time, resources, ambition and ego for the greater good of the country,” Buhari stressed.
He, however, noted that the parties that formed the APC were equal, stressing that the merging parties must come together as one to unseat the ruling Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the forthcoming election.
According to him, the real time for change had finally come to Nigeria “and it must be now before it will be too late,” adding that government had failed in all facets. – Tribune news.