Nigeria becoming failed state, says Peter Obi


A former governor of Anambra State, Peter Obi, has advised Nigerians irrespective of party affiliations to join hands in tackling the challenges facing the country.

Obi, who ran for the position of Vice President during the 2019 general elections, listed the challenges as insecurity, poverty and unemployment.

According to him, Nigeria was fast becoming a failed state, adding that the downward spiral should not be allowed to continue.

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He said, “All Nigerians, irrespective of party and other affiliations, should immediately join hands to tackle the spectre of insecurity, poverty, and unemployment that are now ruling and ruining our dear country. We are fast becoming a failed state.

“We cannot allow the downward spiral to continue. The government should also urgently seek foreign help.