Financial Times  on Tuesday, Dec 22, revealed  that Nigeria is the country with the greatest number of poor people living on less than $1.90 a day

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Financial Times  on Tuesday, Dec 22, revealed  that Nigeria is the country with the greatest number of poor people living on less than $1.90 a day.

The publication said that Nigeria is at risk of becoming a failed state, following the spate of abductions, murder, lack of security and human rights violation.

The international publication also alleged in the article that the Nigerian government has lost control of the country.

Opinions to solve Nigeria’s problem, Financial Times said:

 “President Muhammadu Buhari must seek to draw a line in the sand. He must redouble efforts to get a grip on security”.

“He also needs to restore trust in key institutions, among them the judiciary, the security services and the electoral commission, which will preside over the 2023 elections.”

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