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Nothing To Celebrate About Yar’adua’s Administration - Na’abba by pes7md2010: 9:52pm On Dec 05, 2009
FORMER Speaker of the House of Representatives, Alhaji Ghali Na’Abba, has said that there is nothing to celebrate about President Umaru Yar’Adua’s administration because of the low standard of living in the country.

Alhaji Na’Abba, who said this when speaking with newsmen in Kano on Friday, maintained that Nigerians had not enjoyed dividends of democracy in the last two years of President Yar’Adua’s administration.

Na’Abba, who was the Speaker of the House of Representatives between 1999 and 2003, disclosed that the country was generally weak due to lack of effective governance.

According to him, “there is nothing so serious about President Yar’Adua’s administration under two years that can make people celebrate him.

“At present, Nigerians’ living condition has not changed. In fact, it is even worse than before,” he said. He stated further that as far as he was concerned, attempt to measure how happy people were had to be based on policies that enhance the well-being of the people.


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