Sokoto State Governor and Presidential aspirant on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Aminu Waziri Tambuwal has lamented that Nigeria is sliding towards a failed state under the watch of the All Progressives Congress (PDP).
Tambuwal stated this Friday when he visited the PDP National Working Committee (NWC) at the party’s National Headquarters in Abuja.
He said “Our country has been divided as never before. Our economy is in shambles. The security ravaging the country has never been this bad.
Our country is sliding towards a failed state. I’m not saying that Nigeria is already a failed state, but we’re inching towards that, Tambuwal said.
The PDP governors forum Chairman also added that it is the responsibility of all PDP members to collectively work together towards rescuing the country, and retrieving Nigeria from APC before “the deed is done”.
According to him, “those who can find their way have already left and several are processing their way out of this country because of their belief that Nigeria is not working for all of us.
Tambuwal promised to tackle and address the myraiad of problems confronting the nation if given the President.
In his remarks, PDP National Chairman, Dr Iyorchia Ayu noted that Nigeria needs a visionary leader who will be fair and just,who can turn around the fortunes of the country in a very short time.
Ayu expressed confidence that the 17 PDP 2023 Presidential aspirants all have what is required to turn Nigeria around within the shortest time frame.
The former President of the Senate added that “we as National Working Committee, despite the pressure on us, we are working around the clock to make sure that we provide a strong platform, provide not just a level playing field but transparently follow the tradition of the People’s Democratic Party.
He assured Tambuwal and other Presidential aspirants that on the 28th of May, the party will organise a free, fair, credible and acceptable National Convention.