- Rivers state governor, Nyesom Wike has advised President Buhari on what to do concerning renewed calls for restructuring
- Wike urged the president to show good leadership 48 hours after south-south leaders met with a federal government delegation
- It would be recalled that elders and leaders from the south-south demanded that Nigeria should be restructured
Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari has been advised by the governor of Rivers state, Nyesom Wike, to listen to the demands of Nigerians following renewed calls for restructuring the country.
The governor made the disclosure while speaking as a guest on Channels Television breakfast show, Sunrise Daily on Thursday, November 26.
Wike's comment is coming two days after the federal government met with elders and leaders of the south-south region who demanded that Nigeria should be restructured to reflect true federalism.
Speaking further the governor warned that Buhari risks setting Nigeria on fire if he refuses to listen to the restructuring request of the people.
He explained that political leadership is very key in this country, adding that having the will to implement the people's demands is very serious.
“I don’t want to talk about the issue of distrust or no trust in government. People have raised such issues, that they don’t think that nothing will come out of all this dialogue. I don’t agree with that. I believe that if the president does not do, given the opportunities he has now, then, he will be putting Nigeria on fire.”
Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that the minister of transportation Rotimi Chibuike Amaechi has been asked to tender an apology to the people of south-south for staying away from the recent stakeholders meeting of the region with a presidential delegation.
All ministers in the federal cabinet and some elected representatives from the south-south were at the meeting except Amaechi.
The meeting held in Government House, Port Harcourt, on Tuesday, November 24.
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