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No govt can solve all problems, says Buhari

Major General Muhammadu Buhari (ret.), the President, on Monday, stated that no single government could address the nation’s issues.

He stated that the only way out was for subsequent governments to build on the foundations laid by the previous ones.

At the State of the Nation Dialogue that was held in Abuja by the Nigerian Bar Association, Buhari, who was accompanied by Boss Mustapha, the Secretary to the Government of the Federation, gave a speech.

“I will say that no government in this country can solve Nigeria’s problems, but we can build on the processes established by previous governments and not completely discard what has been put in place; We will construct our dreams, select one or two areas of focus, and then proceed.

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“We believe that the results of this conversation can be communicated to us so that whatever decisions you make and whatever suggestions you make; that will be incorporated into the document that we will prepare as we transit and hand over to a new government, he stated.

Solomon Arase, a former Inspector General of Police, stated that the challenge in Nigeria is not so much the crime rate as it is the prosecution of criminals to serve as a deterrent to others when discussing the state of the country’s security.
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Amina Mohammed, Deputy Secretary of the United Nations, urged youth and women to be included in Nigeria’s pursuit of national development in her keynote address.

Nigerian women make up only 3.6% of the country’s parliament. She partially stated, “My appeal is to prioritize gender equality, women’s rights, and increasing the number of women in government.”

Yakubu Maikyau, president of the NBA, blamed lawyers for some of society’s problems and urged Nigerians to forgive the past and look forward to a new nation where lawyers would champion good governance, justice, and development earlier in his welcome speech.

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As one who is privileged to lead the Bar at this time, I must therefore apologize to Nigerians for abdicating our duties. He stated, “As members of the Bar, we are reputed more for the fees we charge our clients than for fulfilling our primary call to provide guidance and/or offer ourselves for the advancement of the cause of our country.”

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