Abuja - Former chairman of the National Population Commission, Festus Odimegwu, has criticised government at all levels and demanded that the military intervene to save the country, Premium Times reports.
Odimegwu, a former managing director of the Nigerian Breweries Plc said the level of corruption perpetrated at various levels of government shows that Nigeria is not yet ripe for democracy.
He stated that the economy of the country in a nosedive because the government has failed to deliver the dividends of democracy to the people instead has formed the habit of celebrating fraudulent citizens of the country.
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