Rising Insecurity: “Nigeria is a failed State” – PDP Reps. member

A member of the House of Representatives, Lynda Ikpeazu, says Nigeria is a failed State.

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) member representing Onitsha-North/South federal constituency of Anambra State, spoke on the floor of the lower legislative chamber during a plenary session, yesterday.

The lawmaker was contributing to a motion on the recent attacks in four villages in Plateau state.

The motion was sponsored by Yusuf Gagdi, a legislator representing Pankshin/Kanam/Kanke federal constituency of Plateau State.

While making her contribution, Ikpeazu said a country that cannot protect its citizens is a failed State.

“I don’t think there is a week that you don’t find that terrorists have attacked and lives lost”, she lamented.

“It has actually become normal in Nigeria to hear this sort of thing. The point is what are we doing about it?

“Mr. Speaker this is a failed State. Nigeria right now is a failed State. What can we do? Nigeria is a failed state. It is a failed State, where you cannot protect your people”.

”The buck stops on the table of Mr. President, because he is the head of the Executive, and they execute”, she asserted.

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