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NIGERIA DAILY: Should the Government of the Day Resign?

Nigeria lately has been turned into an abattoir where humans are roasted alive for the crime of daring to travel on roads that were...

Residents protest over the spate of insecurity as armed men killed one person and injured several others at Jibia Local Government Area of Katsina State
Residents protest over the spate of insecurity as armed men killed one person and injured several others at Jibia Local Government Area of Katsina State

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Nigeria in the past few days has witnessed a lot of insecurity issues. Dozens of People have been abducted and killed for daring to travel by road. Terrorists have taken over villages in the north, which is now having a devastating effect on residents.

There have been several calls on the government of the day to humbly resign since it is obvious that it has run out of ideas on how to subdue the terrorists that have taken over significant parts of Sokoto, Katsina, Kebbi, Niger, Zamfara states and the busiest Kaduna-Abuja expressway on one side, and recently, the daring moves attacks by Boko Haram/ISWAP which has continued unabated.

Should the government of the day resign?

In this episode of Nigeria Daily, we discuss what a democratic should do if it is unable to perform optimally.

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