Former president Olusegun Obasanjo has once again criticised President Muhammadu Buhari, this time before an international audience.
Obasanjo said Buhari’s hands are too weak to sign the African free trade agreement (AfCTA).
He made the statement on Saturday while speaking at the Babacar Ndiaye lecture series in Bali, Indonesia.
Obasanjo said he hopes that Nigeria will soon have a president who will sign the agreement.
“Africa cannot overcome fears of trade wars till it achieves 50 percent intra-Africa trade,” he said.
“We now have the continental free trade agreement which is a good idea and I can assure that Nigeria will soon sign. Hopefully, we will soon have a president who will be able to sign because the president that is there now, his hands are too weak to sign.”