Minister for Information and Culture, Lai Muhammad lies has exhausted, Reasons given

Insecurity: "To fight terrorists we need platforms and weapons,” – Lai Mohammed

The Minister for Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, has come under heavy criticism by Nigerians with his stance on the platform that brought this current administration led by President Muhammadu Buhari into power in 2015.

It will be recalled that during those times of electioneering campaign promises Lai Mohammed made it known to the nation that APC the all progressive Congress is coming with a different agenda of change that would push Nigeria into the global world strength as we have always been in order to make us have a better and prosperous nation which they came with the slogan of change mantra.

Going by all the publications accredited to this current Minister for Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed it is no longer news that all that he said to Nigerians are all fallacy and should not be regarded in any way because he has lied so much to the country and we can no longer be here those atrocities being covered up by the same man.

In a recent development, the Minister for Information and Culture has been caught in series of Hill perpetrated talks which is against the interest of an ordinary Nigeria and the Nigerian populace is no longer taking it as a joke anymore based on the level of the individual who is going about peddling lies in the face of Truth in Nigeria.

It is better they come out to tell Nigerians the truth about the situation of the country going by all the insecurity concerns that this government has failed to address in recent times going to the northeast south-south, southwest and Southeast respectively you would understand that there is nothing like peace within the borders of our country Nigeria.

It is, therefore, the responsibility of all citizens of the country to stand up to these atrocities being put to us in our faces as the whole world is battling with the effects of COVID-19 which has exposed these current set of leaders in Nigeria at this present time.

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