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Buhari’s govt has failed to harness abundant human, material resources in the country, Secondus laments



ELUMELU: PDP house caucus warn party of consequences

The National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party ( PDP) Uche Secondus, has alleged that President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration has failed woefully in the area of harnessing the abundant human and material resources in the country.

Uche Secondus in his Eid el Fitri message to the nation, said the situation of the country is discomforting, and charged Muslims in the country to use the occasion to pray fervently for the survival of the nation.

In a statement issued on Monday by his media aide, Ike Abonyi, Uche Secondus also said that all indicators at the moment point to the fact that the country is under severe pressure.

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”The security situation in the country, the uncertainty in the polity and the worsening economic downturn which are consequences of poor leadership entails that Nigerians should return to God for help and direction’’, he said.

“ If Nigerian leaders absorb the lessons of Ramadan and allow it influence their conduct, most of the problems confronting the ordinary people would have been solved.

“These last 30 days of fasting and prayer will be meaningful in our lives as a nation if we allow the solemnness of the period last influence our thoughts and actions in relating with one another”.

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