Nigeria at crossroads, very divided – Saraki

Senate President, Bukola Saraki, Thursday in Enugu declared that Nigeria is at crossroads and very divided.

Saraki, a Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, presidential aspirant, spoke while addressing delegates at the party’s secretariat, expressing sadness over the level of youth unemployment in the country.
The Senate president assured that his decision to contest for the President was not a personal ambition, adding that Nigeria needed a president that will be youth-friendly.
He declared that if he becomes the president of the country, he would make many Asian Tigers, particularity in Enugu State.
He expressed happiness that despite what he and his deputy, Senator Ike Ekweremadu had been passing through in their efforts to ensure that the right thing was done, the present Senate had continued to work for the interest of the nation.
Saraki further told the PDP delegates that Nigeria needed a president that when he speaks, the people will be proud and a president that will see the whole Nigeria as as his constituency.
“You cannot give what you do not have, what you don’t have, you cannot give. Nigeria is at a crossroad, it is very divided,” he stated.