There is lurking danger if you fail to restructure Nigeria - Group tells Buhari
- Nigeria National Summit Group (NNSG) has called on President Muhammadu Buhari to restructure Nigeria on time
- NNSG said it is a pity that the National Assembly pretends that Nigerians are bound together in a non-negotiable unity while there is a loud secessionist agitations in the country
- The group, however, noted that the country must stop sticking our heads in the sand and pretense that all is well
Nigeria National Summit Group (NNSG) said there is lurking danger if President Muhammadu Buhari and the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) fail to address the issue of restructuring.
According to Guardian, NNSG on Thursday, September 28, warned that Nigeria stands the risk of failing if not restructured on time.
Legit.ng gathered this in a statement signed by Tony I Uranta, the executive secretary of NNSG.
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The group said: ''It is a pity that even the National Assembly pretends that Nigerians are bound together in a non-negotiable unity, when we have very loud secessionist agitations ongoing in at least three of Nigeria’s six zones.
''At this stage, this country must stop sticking our heads in the sand, pretending that all is well with Nigeria.
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''We must all agree that there is a need to restructure Nigeria, that we will have a necessary devolution of powers, fiscal federalism and review of the many unjust laws that hold the country from attaining it’s maximum potentials economically, politically and socially''.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had reported that the Arewa Consultative Forum (ACF) said it would support restructuring if such a move would strengthen the unity of Nigeria with equal rights and opportunities for all citizens.
In the video below, Legit.ng TV asked some Nigerians if they prefer restructuring of Nigeria or separation of the country: