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Why Buhari may not hand over in 2023, Moghalu gives reason

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Kingsley Moghalu, a presidential aspirant in respect of the 2023 election, on Friday said President Muhammadu Buhari may not hand over to a successor next year, “if this potential combination of security and economic meltdown continues”.

The Editor Nigeria reports that Moghalu who lamented that terrorists are fast rising in power, warned that “a time may come when there will be hand to hand combat between the terrorists and citizens defending themselves”.

According to the former Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) Deputy-Governor, Nigeria may go into extinction by 2023.

“It always looks like the sky will fall down every election cycle in Nigeria. But with the scale of insecurity (terrorists clearly moving in on the federal capital!) and govt seemingly unable (some critics say unwilling) to stop them, the economy imploding, 2023 has a unique feel to it Quo Vadis Nigeria?” Moghalu said via his verified Twitter handle.

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“If this potential combination of security and economic meltdown continues, we face existential danger and democratic transition in 2023 may not happen.

“A time may come when there will be hand to hand combat between the terrorists and citizens defending themselves. Heaven forbid!

“I’m worried and frustrated that Nigeria has come to this. Meanwhile, we pretend life is normal.”

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