“If you want to mobilise the Nigerian people, you must go beyond visiting those who destroyed Nigeria,” Mr Falana said.
Nigeria’s debt profile has risen to N41 trillion under President Buhari, according to data by the Debt Management Office.
Mr Obasanjo was in Minna on Sunday. He held a closed-door meeting with former military president Ibrahim Babangida.
The APC flag bearer, however, could not address the press after the meeting because of the teeming crowd.
“My friend, late Ahmed Joda, used to tell me…no need for prayers because if God has given you everything and you squandered it, then something is wrong,” said Mr Obasanjo.
The former president said “The census should lead to real demarcation of constituencies which we have run away from since 2006.”
Mr Lamido said Mr Abubakar was a major contributor to the platform upon which Mr Obasanjo ran for office in 1999.
“If you leave things to those who are messing it up for you and who are saying you are the leaders of tomorrow, you will never have that tomorrow. Today is your day.”
On Good Friday, Abuja, the nation’s capital, was flooded with posters depicting the vice president as a betrayer.
Mr Adeboye asserted that more than 90 per cent of the proceeds of the leftover stolen fuel were used in servicing debt interests accumulated by Nigeria.