Sule Lamido, one-time Governor of Jigawa State, has faulted the anti-corruption campaign of the Muhammadu Buhari’s administration.
This Government Has Turned Corruption Into An Institution:
Mr Lamido who was a guest on Channels Television’s unique political discuss, Roadmap 2019, also accused the present APC government of failing to keep its campaign promises to Nigerians in the areas of security and the economy.
” Today, this government has turned corruption into an institution. Go to the ministries; in everything, they failed to live up to it,” he said in the latest edition of the programme which aired on Monday.
” If you look at the government now; concerning security, where are we? In the economy, where are we?”
SULE LAMIDO ACCUSE BUHARI’S GOVERNMENT OF INSECURITY:
The former governor condemned the repeated killing of Nigerians in different parts of the country, saying the bloodshed was evidence of the government’s failure in the area of security.
Mr Lamido, who is a presidential aspirant, believes that the nation has not made any meaningful progress in the last four years, stressing that “everything is wrong with Nigeria” regarding cohesion as a nation.
Ahead of the general elections, he recalled that his party, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), made some mistakes in the past and had apologised to Nigerians.
Lamido, however, insisted that the PDP is the only political party that has the capacity and history to keep the nation together.
SULE LAMIDO FOR PRESIDENT 2019:
Concerning his presidential ambition, he explained that having served in various capacities, including as a parliamentarian in 1979, foreign affairs minister, and a governor, among others, he was qualified to lead the country.
” I’m running a campaign because I want to give back what I got from Nigeria,”
” This country has honoured me severally, dignified me, given me space to grow from a village boy to what I am in life today.
” Nigeria has always been there for me all along; it has been very kind to me, and that is why I want to be there too for Nigeria.”