Ndubuisi Kanu blasts those opposing Nigeria’s return to federalism

Ndubuisi Kanu blasts those opposing Nigeria’s return to federalism

- National Democratic Coalition (NADECO) leader, Rear Admiral Ndubuisi Kanu, has lambasted those opposing Nigeria's return to federalism

- According to him, they are fueling the non – peaceful return of the country to the right road

- The NADECO leader said Nigerian politicians are not currently interested in the development of the country

Rear Admiral Ndubuisi Kanu, leader of National Democratic Coalition (NADECO), has accused those opposing the return of Nigeria to federalism of fueling the non – peaceful return of the country to the right road.

The NADECO leader made this known while speaking at the Lying in State/Night of Tributes for late Dr Fredrick Fasehun, the founder of Oodua People’s Congress (OPC) in Lagos state, Tribune reports.

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He said the major thing in the minds of Nigerian politicians is who corners the power and not how to build a Nigerian nation- state.

“The elections could, or would come and go. But the ‘peaceful’ or the non – peaceful return to Federalism would remain an inevitability,” he said.

“Otherwise to respective tents- still better for all the people of this country than pernicious Unitarian,” Kanu warned.

Speaking on the exit of Fasehum, he said: “On this occasion, what we should also remember over the demise, and the prior struggle of Fred Fasehun and his like, alive or dead is that he selflessly strained to the future of a hope that was kindled by our (so-called?) Founding Fathers."

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“Even though he has finished his race here on earth, Dr Fredrick Fasehun will continue to represent some of the finest qualities in the Nigerian spirit as envisaged by the “Founding Fathers,” he said.

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