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Thursday, September 28, 2017

It's Either We Restructure or Nigeria will Perish - Iwuanyanwu

As call for the 'Restructuring' of Nigeria continues to garner momentum in the polity ever since the embattled IPOB leader, Nnamdi Kanu, started the cause, an influential politician, has concurred while saying that it's the only solution for the country.
While speaking in an exclusive interview with The Sun, a chieftain of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Chyna Iwuanyanwu, accused the federal government of dealing in absolute secrecy and putting the nation in a ‘Spiritual cross road’. He also spoke on other national issues.
When asked of his opinion on the continued call for 'Restructuring' in Nigeria, he said;

"There is a discussion about secession, restructuring or no restructuring. The fact that Nigeria is divided between north and south is clear. It is the north who has been beneficiaries of the injustice, imbalance, the iniquity, in the system, they are the ones that want to maintain the statusquo. But I tell them that nobody has moved forward, even then, in spite of the fact that they have been controlling the resources of the country centralised in Abuja, the headquarter of poverty in Nigeria is still the north, which shows that the system is also not still working for them.

"We want a situation where every components of this country begin to look inwards, generate revenue and use that revenue to develop themselves not somebody to go and get oil from Bayelsa, you bring it here for everybody. So people get lazy they are not doing anything. It is either we restructure or this country would perish.
"My prayer is that Buhari should not be the last president of Nigeria. South -South has spoken, the South-East has spoken, the South- West has spoken, the Middle Belt has spoken, even part of North -East like Atiku have said we should restructure. But a group of people mostly from the North-West are resisting change, no you came to government and the mantra has changed, restructuring means change for those who said they don’t know what it means."

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