Former Prelate of the Methodist Church, Nigeria, Sunday Makinde, has warned that the hunger and hardship being experience by Nigerians in this administration may cause the country to explode.
Speaking at a christian leaders meeting in Abuja yesterday August 15th, Makinde accused the ruling party of being part of the problems they say they are waging war against. His words:
“The APC is part of the corruption in the country; they are not fit to be there. They must handle the issue of padding very carefully. We are sitting on a keg of gun powder. The day it will explode, it will consume us.
So many graduates are not employed. Unemployed people are the people behind the militancy in the Niger Delta region.”