Press Briefing of Obasanjo After Meeting with PDP National Chairman

Press Briefing of former President of Nigeria, Obasanjo After Meeting with PDP National Chairman Prince Uche Secondus.

Former President, Olusegun Obasanjo is a person who believes strongly in the future of Nigeria, and he is often quick to seize every opportunity to reiterate that. Yesterday after the meeting with PDP National Chairman Prince Uche Secondus, he affirmed that again.

The PDP National Chairman, Prince Uche Secondus has been in the media for some weeks now. He recently survived a plot by some aggrieved members of PDP to remove him from office as the national chairman of the party. While talking about his meeting with Nigeria former President Obasanjo, he said that he is happy about the visit and that the advice of elders is needed to move the country forward.

While briefing newsmen after the meeting which was held at Abeokuta, Ogun State, Obasanjo said that the reason Secondus visited him was to discuss the state of the country with him.

He also made some interesting comments about the country which reaffirmed that he is a strong believer in the future of Nigeria, and in this article, we are going to look at two of those key things he said.

• He said that the development of Nigeria should be of great importance to anyone who loves Nigeria.

Obasanjo couldn’t have put it in a better way, because when people love their country, they would be concerned about its development, and would do everything within their power to contribute to its development.

• Obasanjo also said that although the situation in Nigeria may seem bad, it is not hopeless.

In recent years, Nigeria has been rocked by serious challenges bordering on insecurity, economic instability, among others. Some people have given up hope on the country, and some are scrambling to find their way out of Nigeria for greener pastures abroad. But Obasanjo reiterated that all hope is not lost for the country and that the situation can still be salvaged.

Such a statement could only come from someone who is a strong believer in the destiny of his country.

Former President of Nigeria, Obasanjo statement should be an advice to every Nigerian, that complaining about the situation of the country may not change anything, but what we need to do is to join hands together to make Nigeria a better place for all of us. When the right things are done, the change we seek will be achieved.

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