“If Nigeria is going to be salvaged, PDP has to step into the throne to salvage this country politically. The stakes are too high; we cannot allow Nigeria to continue the way it is going.
“Our great party must come to the rescue and take over the reins of power. What we see ahead is not pleasant at all. I just pray that God Almighty sees us through next year, financially, so that we can even have presidential elections,” he said.
On his part, Dokpesi said all the indices at the moment clearly showed that the country is a failed state.
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