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NEWS UPDATE: Address unemployment, hunger in Nigeria – Ex-lawmaker tells Buhari, APC

NEWS UPDATE: Address unemployment, hunger in Nigeria – Ex-lawmaker tells Buhari, APC

A fellow member of the 8th Senate, Senator Sam Anyanwu, has charged President Muhammadu Buhari to be proactive in handling Nigeria’s political and socio-economic flaws.

Anyanwu, a fellow member of the Peoples Democratic Political party (PDP) who represented Imo East Senatorial District, charged the president to urgently address starvation in the country.

He advised the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) and its leaders to halt beingness clannish over issues affecting Nigerians, advising them to instead seem for superior ways to address unemployment, high cost of goods and starvation in the society.

According to him, “President Muhammadu Buhari’s led APC administration should be aware that the only way to solve the nowadays state of affairs in Nigeria is to observe the rights of every constituent units, and charged the Federal and Province governments to directly open channels of dialogue to weigh options and adapt where essential.”

The PDP chieftain patch expressing optimism that the current security threat across the country will be defeated, frowned against the utilisation of strength on Nigerians by security agencies, noting that in a decent democratic setting, the citizens are placed as a top precedence than anything else.

Anyanwu who gave this charge in a release signed by the Special Adviser Media, Ikenna Onuoha, warned politicians against making unguarded statements capable of jeopardizing the peace and security of the country.

The former lawmaker cautioned them not to hide under the current security challenges in Nigeria to cause to a greater extent panic and mayhem by heating upward the polity. He warned them to desist from fueling crisis in a tender to realize their selfish ambitions.

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