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Nigeria drifting towards precipice – Falae



A former Secretary to the Authorities of the Federation, Chief Olu Falae, has acknowledged that the nation is already drifting in the direction of precipice as a result of surging insecurity state of affairs and the nation’s state of financial system.

In line with the elder statesman, if the actions of bandits who had been already capturing down army jets weren’t checked on time, they might quickly develop the boldness to barter over territory management.

Chief Falae, who acknowledged this in Akure, the Ondo State capital, emphasised that indices ready by worldwide our bodies that Nigeria had change into the corruption capital of the world, unemployment capital of the world and underdevelopment capital of the world had been indications that issues are getting worse.

“We’re already on the fringe of the cliff. The query is, are they going to topple into the abyss under? Or are we going to discover a method of pulling again from the precipice? That’s the query.

“For us to tug again, there should be a political initiative that may sign that tomorrow will likely be higher than right this moment. If there isn’t any such sign, I don’t know what will occur tomorrow, I don’t know.”

Whereas berating the current administration on its continued stance on grazing routes, Chief Falae, maintained that the federal government must be saddled with how one can determine and remedy the foremost issues presently going through the nation.

“We’re virtually on the verge of a civil battle and but the federal government is speaking concerning the routes that cattle will take from someplace to a different place, how one can arrange colonies for cattle as if cattle is the one enterprise of Nigeria.”

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