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Restructuring Nigeria

12 Oct 2017
The convention: Making Nigeria Work: A job for all, would hold at the Church’s Camp Ground on Ajebo, Ogun State from November 13 to 19.
4 Oct 2017
The forer governor who spoke on the theme, “Which way Nigeria? Towards 2019,” tasked leaders to chart a path of true leadership, devoid of corruption and ethnic barriers.
4 Oct 2017
This present government did not create the present situation we are in at 57. Buhari is even trying to correct a lot of things that went wrong that brought us to where we are.
4 Oct 2017
Since independence, we have been drifting into our little cocoons in certain ways but the children of today don’t really have other counterparts to relate with.
4 Oct 2017
Those clamouring for restructuring should be patient because that is not going to happen now. God is going to raise up a leader, who will do it. It is not Buhari’s government.
1 Oct 2017
I would say that as things are now, we are drifting backwards, and drifting towards a possible national disaster. That is why I am calling for the restructuring of the country.
1 Oct 2017
He noted that the restructuring debate seems to be an afterthought by the proponents, who he said “virulently believes that restructuring is the only panacea for peace and development in our country.”
1 Oct 2017
The quest for restructuring is however seen in different perspectives by even the agitators who, like the fabled blind men of Hindustan, felt the Elephant in different ways.
29 Sep 2017
In his paper, entitled: “Devolution of Powers and the Future of Nigeria,’’Kalu insisted that the only acceptable solution for Nigeria’s problems remained restructuring.
29 Sep 2017
Balarabe Musa added that only very few individuals are demanding for the restructuring of the country for genuine reasons. “No doubt, many of the people calling for the restructuring of the country are doing that for their selfish motives.
28 Sep 2017
Clearly, the seeming truism that smaller federating units (states and local governments) are an effective counter to tribalism and a lever for fast, real economic growth has failed.
28 Sep 2017
Lai Olurode stated this while delivering a lecture entitled, “Nigeria: Development Conundrum,” at the 6th Annual Symposium of the Muslim Student Society of Nigeria, B Zone in Ado Ekiti.

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