Restructure Now or Risk Nigeria’s Collapse, Obasanjo Tells Buhari Again

Restructure Now or Risk Nigeria’s Collapse, OBJ Tells Buhari Again

Restructure Now or Risk Nigeria’s Collapse, OBJ Tells Buhari Again

Former President Olusegun Obasanjo yesterday warned again of a possible collapse of Nigeria, if the Buhari administration looked on while the country lapses into various insurrections and criminalities.

Obasanjo stated that the Buhari government should restructure the country to assuage ill-feelings from contending interests, expressing worry that the federal government appeared overwhelmed by the state of insecurity in the country.

The former president restated his position while delivering a lecture on “COVID-19 Pandemic and Nigeria Security Issues”, at the 2020 Sobo Sowemimo Annual Lecture, organised by Abeokuta Club in Abeokuta.

Obasanjo said the growing incidence of insurgent attacks, cattle rustling, kidnapping, robberies and the like, were clear indication that all was not well with Nigerian.

“Let me lay more emphasis on the issue of security, which, in itself, is serious enough to make restructuring imperative”.

“The South-West governors cried out and devised ‘Amotekun’ as a solution or part-solution. We are yet to see how successfully that will be operated”.

“Other zones are clamouring for a solution because in no state and in no geopolitical zone is life and property safe and secure”.

Criminality is the order of the day and it cuts across the entire nation.
Insecurity is one issue of commonality among Nigerians, no matter their tribe, language, religion, geographical location, gender, age or social position.

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Thisday, If we are all held hostage by criminality of Boko Haram, terrorists, herdsmen/farmers, bandits, kidnappers, militants, armed robbers, then we all have common ground to seek common solution by putting aside governance collapse, incompetence, failure, insincerity and insensitivity and chart a new stable, enduring and generally sustainable basis and platform for the Nigeria federation.

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