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After meeting Obasanjo behind closed doors, Lamido says Nigeria is bleeding

Lamido visited the previous president at his Olusegun Obasanjo Presidential Library Pent House residence, the place they held the meeting for hours.

The meeting reportedly has to do with the forthcoming conference of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) primaries forward of the 2023 presidential election, as Lamido is believed to be eyeing the presidential ticket of the opposition get together.

At the top of the meeting, the previous governor mentioned Nigeria is bleeding as a result of ‘no person is secure once more.’

He added that Obasanjo, regardless of the present state of the nation, has bolstered his religion in Nigeria.

Lamido mentioned this in a press release launched by the Special Assistant on Media to the previous President, Kehinde Akinyemi.

The assertion reads partially, “Lamido who declared that the nation is bleeding, nonetheless, mentioned that his meeting with Obasanjo bolstered his religion within the nation.

“How can we stay secure is the largest downside and problem now on this nation as a result of now, no person is secure once more. Imagine, kidnapping three employees of Baba, a former President of the nation? Who is secure once more?.

“I’ve come to go to my father and chief and my every thing after a really very long time and I met him in a really excessive spirit and good well being.

“But, he instructed me that he’s now getting older and I responded that he’s not as a result of we nonetheless want him on this nation. And he mentioned, Sule, I’ll do something for Nigeria. That may be very inspiring. That is why I like him and this reinforces my religion within the nation -my Nigeria”.

“We mentioned various points, notably on Nigeria, that he so cherished. Honestly, regardless of how down we go, we’ll rise once more. But, clearly, it’s bleeding now. It is bleeding.”


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