Former Jigawa State Governor, Sule Lamido has faulted the anti-corruption campaign of the President Muhammadu Buhari administration.
Lamido, who was a guest on Channels Television’s political programme, Roadmap 2019, also accused the government of failing to keep its promises to Nigerians in the areas of security and the economy.
“Today, this government has turned corruption into an institution. Go to the ministries; in everything, they failed to live up to it.
“If you look at the government now; in terms of security, where are we? In the economy, where are we?” he asked.
Lamido, who is a presidential aspirant under the People’s Democratic Party (PDP), also stressed that “everything is wrong with Nigeria”.
On his campaign to be president, he explained: “I’m campaigning because I want to pay back what I got.
“This country has honoured me, dignified me, given me space to grow from a village boy to what I’ve been in life.
“Nigeria has been there for me all along; it has been very very kind to me and that is why I want to be there too for Nigeria.”