Nigeria is in trouble due to systemic deficiencies “- Femi Gbajabiamila
Femi Gbajabiamila, a House spokeswoman, said Nigeria is struggling to survive.
Gbajabiamila, who announced this on Thursday, October 15, at the inauguration of a special committee of the House of Representatives to review the constitution in Abuja, accused the “struggle” of “systemic weaknesses.”
The President noted that the development of Nigeria is reflected in the pages of the new constitution, as he called for an accelerated revision of the constitution.
“When you ask me what state our country is in, the honest answer is: we are fighting for the very survival of our country and for the continuation of the Nigerian project.
“Recent global events have exposed all of our systemic weaknesses, so we can no longer pretend that everything is on the same level and that slow progress is enough to get where we need to be, but that we are still so far away.
“Since then, this ninth house of representatives is committed to reform. Our commitment must not hesitate or fail in a thoughtful and just revision of our country’s constitution.
“The reality of our present circumstances, and now a certain awareness that only we can be saved, impose on us an obligation to act with greater determination and with all the urgency this moment requires.”