President Muhammadu Buhari has posited that neither religion nor ethnicity is the problem of Nigeria.
He took this position after reflecting on the complexities of the Nigerian condition, and blamed the citizenry for inherent injustices.
The President spoke recently while receiving members of the Muhammadu Buhari/Osinbajo, MBO, Dynamic Support Group, who visited State House, Abuja, to present a compendium of five years achievements of the administration.
President Buhari went into the trajectory of his struggles to get justice at the courts, after disputed results of presidential elections in 2003, 2007, and 2011, submitting that people who ruled against him were of his own ethnic stock and religious persuasion, while those who stood up for him were of other faiths and ethnicity.
President Buhari hoped that historians and intellectuals would document what he called the fantastic state of political development for posterity to know the clarity of the Nigerian condition.