Renowned poet, Prof. Niyi Osundare, on Sunday berated the President Goodluck Jonathan administration, saying the President gave “corruption a well furnished chair in his dining room.” He spoke during the annual Distinguished Alumni Lecture of the Christ’s School, Ado-Ekiti, Alumni Association, in Lagos.
Osundare, who spoke on the topic, “No more business as usual: Nigeria’s new-found change and the lessons from the past,” described the Peoples Democratic Party-led Federal Government as a nightmare to the nation. He said if the PDP had won the March 28 presidential election, the country would have headed for “the purgatory of desolation.”
The poet carpeted the outgoing administration for promoting impunity and weakening the economy. Osundare urged the President-elect, Muhammadu Buhari, to deliver on his campaign promises.