Buhari Expects To Be Honoured Despite Leaving Nigeria In Shambles -Sanusi, Former Emir Of Kano
This was stated by Sanusi during his address at Chapter 7 of the Akinjide Adeosun Foundation (AAF) Leadership Colloquium and Awards on Thursday. The event’s theme was “Are There a Few Good Leaders in Nigeria?”
According to Sanusi, the year 2023 would be worse for Nigerians than 2015, when protest votes against then-President Goodluck Jonathan led to the election of Muhammadu Buhari.
According to a report by The Sun, the former Emir of Kano criticised the current administration led by President Buhari, stating that despite the current chaos, the current leadership expects to be honoured upon leaving office.
Sanusi, who was the Special Guest of Honor at the physical and virtual event held in Lagos, stated, “The levels of poverty, levels of insecurity, the rate of inflation, the unstable exchange rate, and the lack of electricity should be concerning to everyone.”
This is the only oil-producing nation that is suffering as a result of the Russia-Ukraine conflict’s impact on oil prices. Our total revenue is insufficient to service our debt, and if anyone does not realise that we are in a dire situation, they are mistaken.
“We were in a big hole in 2015, and between 2015 and now, we have been digging ourselves into a deeper hole. We thought we had a major problem in 2015, but 2023 will be a completely different story.