State Of The Nation: Nigeria Now In Intensive Care Unit, Says Tambuwal

Former Sokoto State Governor, Sen. Aminu Tambuwal
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From Ankeli Emmanuel, Sokoto

Obviously concerned by the current situation in Nigeria, the immediate past Governor of Sokoto State and Senator Representing Sokoto South Senatorial District, Aminu Waziri Tambuwal,  has stated that the country has slipped into a fatal coma and now lies in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) of failure desperately needing urgent resuscitation.

Tambuwal stated this at the weekend in his Sokoto residence while reviewing the state of the nation based on current developments across the country.

  Tambuwal, who was  Director-General of the Presidential Campaign of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the 2023 General Election, observed that it has gotten to that point where nobody needed to be told that Nigeria is in a bad shape.

His words: ”There is more than enough to talk about in Nigeria today. Let all of us, as Nigerians, speak to our humanity. The situation of this country has gotten to the top. Which one do you want to talk about? Is it insecurity, hunger, hardship? Name it. And most worriedly, we now have leadership without compassion”.

However, Tambuwal urged Nigerians to come together and salvage the country from the current trajectory of uncertainty.

He stressed that both the leaders and the led will give account of their deeds in the Hereafter, hence the need to fear God in our dealings.

He said: ”Let us remember that we will all give accounts of our deeds here on earth. Therefore, let’s come together to salvage the nation from the current path it has found itself. We all have the responsibility of ensuring that the country gets better for all of us”.

Tambuwal, who is the Senate Committee chairman on Housing and Urban Development, went down memory lane to recall how they  founded the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC), test-ran it for four years before he saw the direction the party was heading and opted out for good.

He disclosed that his leaving the APC despite being a founding member was because the party was no longer on the track to salvaging and bringing Nigeria to the path of prosperity.

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