The Senior Pastor of Citadel Global Community Church (CGCC), Tunde Bakare, has said President Muhammadu Buhari legacy is in danger.
He disclosed this in his Easter message titled “The Conspicuous Handwriting on the Wall”.
The cleric narrated his political soujourn with President Buhari right from the CPC days and spoke on the heels characterized by his administration.
He said “it was my privilege to move the historic motion at Eagle Square, Abuja on February 6, 2013 for the merger of CPC, ACN and ANPP. That step, together with the efforts of other progressive Nigerians, led to the eventual formation of the All Progressives Congress (APC).
“However , in 2015, as our nation prepared for general elections, the interplay of social, economic, political and military headwinds came crashing on our national foundations and exposed the fault lines in our nationhood.
“As the two major political parties, APC and PDP, and their candidates locked horns, our nation was deeply divided along ethnic, partisan, religious and sociocultural lines.”
He stressed further saying “I engaged the government on several occasions, including direct engagements with the president, because of my desire to see PMB actualise the dreams of a great Nigeria we had committed to.
“As I told the president in some of those engagements, his success is my success, and his failure is my failure. It is why I remain committed to seeing him succeed.
In the end, he appealed to President Buhari not to dscountenance such tremendous goodwill. If he does, his legacy will be undermined.
“The propositions highlighted here will ensure that, instead of a second-term curse, the administration of PMB will be set on a course towards the rebuilding of the foundations of the Nigerian nation.
“These steps will secure for the president a lasting legacy as the president who midwifed the emergence of the New Nigeria, a secure and truly prosperous nation that every Nigerian will be proud to call home.”
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