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Million Nigerians Lost Jobs Under Buhari - Moghalu

17 May 2018

Moghalu stated this when he spoke on Wednesday during the inauguration of his support organisation in Awka, the Anambra State capital.

Recall that prior to the 2015 general election, a Nigerian billionaire allegedly paid £2m to Cambridge Analytica to hack into Buhari's medical records.

When contacted on the matter, the Senior Special Assistant to the President on Media and Publicity, Garba Shehu said, "Nigerians deserve answers immediately from the PDP administration, Facebook and Cambridge Analytica on how and why they improperly obtained and used data to interfere in Nigerian elections". I will beat him by simply using his poor record.

"Such aloofness by the government is directly responsible for the escalation of killings and bloodletting in Benue, Taraba, Adamawa, Plateau, Kogi, Zamfara, Borno, Yobe, Kaduna states and others parts of the country, where marauders and insurgents are pillaging our citizens as if overlooking the plight of Nigerians has become a state policy".

"The future is bright for Nigeria, as the economy has taken a turn for the better, our foreign reserves are nearly twice the level we met, boosting investors' confidence and stabilising the Naira, and inflation has declined consecutively for more than a year".

Pointing out that the major problem of Nigeria is leadership, he lamented that Nigeria is still running on transactional leadership instead of transformational leadership.

Miss George said: "We believe that it is high time that the Federal Ministry of Health, Civil Society Organizations (CSO) and relevant stakeholders should mediate and end the inter-rivalry among the various health workers union in the country".

"In the PDP, the health, security and welfare of Nigerians remain pivotal to us and that is why we feel pained that compatriots are dying in their numbers because of the refusal of the Buhari-led APC administration to address the health workers' strike".

The presidential aspirant noted that the thinking that the president in 2019 should come from the north is a retrogressive idea, stressing that such thoughts were the bane of the country.

Among the representatives of the parties at the meeting included Labour Party (LP); Alliance for New Nigeria (ANN); Action Democratic Party (ADP); Social Democratic Party (SDP); Action Alliance (AA); KOWA Party; as well as Peoples Party of Nigeria (PPN) and United Progressive Party of Nigeria (UPPN).

Million Nigerians Lost Jobs Under Buhari - Moghalu