Peter Obi, the former Governor of Anambra State, has advised Nigerians, regardless of party affiliation, to join hands in tackling the difficulties confronting the country.
Obi, who ran for Vice President in the 2019 general elections, described the challenges as insecurity, poverty, and unemployment.
He said Nigeria is becoming a failed state, and should not allow the downward spiral to continue.
“All Nigerians, regardless of party and other affiliations, ought to promptly join hands to tackle the spectre of insecurity, poverty, and unemployment that are now ruling and destroying our country. We are fast becoming a failed state.
“The government should urgently seek foreign help in order not to allow the downward spiral to continue, he said on Twitter.
He said this amid the attacks on police personnel and formations in the South-East region where he hails from.
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