Former Minister of Education, Oby Ezekwesili, has said that Nigeria under the Buhari administration, has become “a mass of cumulative failure.”
Obiageli Ezekwesili, also popularly known as Oby Ezekwesili, is a Public Analyst/Senior Economic Advisor, AEDPI, Nigerian chartered accountant from Anambra state.
In series of tweet via her Twitter handle on Tuesday lamented that with the way things are currently going, Nigeria risks its status as a country as it steadily hobbles down the slippery slope under President Buhari.
“For 60 years, Nigeria in a classic case of failure of Nation Formation failed to make the transition from Country to Nation.”
“Sadly, it even now risks its status as a country as it steadily hobbles down the slippery slope of Fragile State under the leadership of President Buhari.”
“The most representative characterization of today’s Nigeria is not of a Progressive Country, but as a mass of Cumulative Failure.”
“The Fragile State Score for Nigeria in 2020 according to the Fund for Peace is 97.3. That high score for all indices of a failing State, has placed the country as the world’s 14th most Fragile State,” she said.