Foremost Niger Delta rights activist, Comrade Ozobo Austin, has said Nigeria is suffering bloodletting, kidnapping banditry, terrorism and economic misfortunes because of President Muhammadu Buhari’s misrule.
This was disclosed in a statement signed by himself and sent to a Congress correspondent in Asaba, Delta state on Sunday.
The statement titled: “June 12: Nigerian leaders have failed citizens: bloodletting, kidnapping, banditry, terrorism, sect killings are the gifts of democracy” said the damage Buhari has caused the country can’t be corrected by the incoming president in four years.
According to the activist, it was sad that what Nigerian leaders and the lopsided president could offer Nigerians was bloodletting, kidnapping, banditry, terrorism and sect killings after 23years of democracy.
Ozobo maintained that the Buhari administration is the worst regime counting from the independence of the country today, adding that the dreams of Nigeria and the labour of the country’s past heroes had been in vain.
The activist narrated that Nigeria’s economy had never come to this irreconcilable and irredeemable level at any point in time, adding that he came to governance with Northern agenda to destroy the country.
“What do we celebrate June 12 for, maybe Buhari and his cabinet are celebrating bloodletting, kidnapping banditry, terrorism and economic misfortunes which are the gifts of their 7years rule in Nigeria.
“I call on Nigerians to rise to self-defence, carry anything within your reach to defend yourself. Don’t depend on government security operatives if you must survive this barbaric killing in the country.
“As we speak, 70% of Nigerians can’t eat three square meals per day. Nowhere is safe in the country. Nigeria’s economy is bleeding. Nigeria’s roads have turned into a death trap. The number of persons that have died in the Buhari regime outweighs the people that died in Nigeria’s civil war and Russia/Ukraine’s aggressions.
“We will forever remember Buhari for the gifts of bloodletting, kidnapping for ransom, terrorism, banditry, economic woes and sect killings in Nigeria.”