The federal government under President Muhammadu Buhari has been condemned for its continuous undemocratic way of leading NIGERIANS and challenged on the need to salvage the country from economic collapse.
This charge was made by different speakers at the 2021 Wole Soyinka Centre Media Lecture held in Ikeja Lagos.
With the theme, ‘Remaking Nigeria: Towards a secure and viable union, eight panelists with human rights activist, Femi Falana (SAN) in their submission, say, there is an urgent need for the country Nigeria to be salvaged to avoid more problems in the nearest future.
On the way forward, they say, the Government must address mediocrity in leadership, its overdependence on oil with less care about the health challenges facing the Nigerdelta region, lawlessness and Democratic attitude of the leaders
The brain behind the lecture, Motunrayo Alaka challenged the president on his interest in gaging the media with the charge to rise up to their responsibility of bringing govt to bear
Poor education, unemployment women marginalization, illiteracy insecurity, and restructuring are areas these speakers unanimously say, call for concern and urgent solution by the Government