Calls For Restructuring In Nigeria
The deputy Senate president, Ovie Omo-Agege, has said that the All Progressives Congress and the federal government are in support of Nigerians' call for restructuring.
Speaking during a conference on ‘20 Years of Democracy in Nigeria: 1999-2019’ in Oxford, the United Kingdom on Friday, December 6, the concentration of power in the centre (Federal Capital Territory) must be addressed.
Despite the clamour for the shifting of power to the South Eastern part of the county in 2023, the president-general of the apex Igbo socio-cultural group, Ohanaeze Ndigbo, John Nwodo, has said the region does not need presidency.
President Muhammadu Buhari may consider restructuring of the country if the members of the National Assembly say it is the best way to go, the presidency has confirmed.
The Ohaneze Ndigbo has said that it will not congratulate President Muhammadu Buhari on his victory at the presidential election petition tribunal.
Presidential candidate of the Young Progressive Party in the 2019 general elections Kingsley Moghalu said Nigeria is on shaky grounds but if it gets these three things right, the country is on its way to being the next China.