The Yoruba socio-cultural organisation, Afenifere, on Tuesday advised President Muhammadu Buhari to stop lamenting.
The group said Nigerians were tired of lamentations, noting that it was high time the president sat up and worked.
The group’s spokesman, Yinka Odumakin, stated this while reacting to Buhari’s criticism of his predecessors on Tuesday.
Buhari on Tuesday hinted on probing Obasanjo over the failed $16 billion power project.
Reacting, Odunmakin asked Buhari to prevail on the National Assembly to work since his party, the All Progressives Congress has the majority in the parliament.
“Nigerians are tired of lamentations. He should take the bull by the horns and work. If he is complaining that the National Assembly has not done anything in the last 10 years, what has the executive under him achieved in the last three years? His party has the majority in the National Assembly, why can’t he get the lawmakers to work instead of complaining.
“I think we have had enough of complaints. He should take action and do something. Human lives no longer mean anything in the country; people are being killed like fowls,” Odumakin stated.