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Nigeria Has Become Capital Of Kidnapping —Saraki

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FORMER Senate President and presidential aspirant on the platform of Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Senator Bukola Saraki, yesterday, lamented that Nigeria has become the capital of kidnapping, with the unending insecurity across the country under President Muhammadu Buhari. This came as Governor Rotimi Akeredolu, who spoke at a different forum, urged Nigerians to seek God’s face for his choice of President in 2023.

Saraki, who spoke with PDP delegates in Akure, ahead of the party’s primaries, said Nigeria is in a state that needs desperate intervention. He said: “Nigeria is in a state that needs desperate intervention, especially in the areas of insecurity, poverty, health, and unemployment.

“This is not the country we deserve. Nigeria has become the kidnapping capital of the world. After I become President, there will be no more banditry and kidnapping in this country. I assure you that I will do more as president. We can fix, rescue and rebuild this country.

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“We need someone who can unite us as Nigerians. Without unity, we cannot move forward. The country has never been this disunited. We want a Nigerian president that will be for all of us.

“We can only get out of this mess if we have leadership that is visionary, understands the issue and is courageous.”

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