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Why Buhari’s Southwest, Southeast advocates are on a fool’s errand -

Responding to the debate yesterday, Afenifere speaking through its spokesman, Mr. Yinka Odumakin said: “Both the Buhari advocates in southeast and southwest are not in tune with the mood of both zones. The mood of both zones is not Nigerian presidency in 2023, but restructuring in 2019.

If we restructure the country in 2019 and everybody have the autonomy to run their lives as they want within corporate Nigeria, both zones may even say that they don’t want the presidency in 2023. “In the First Republic, Ahmadu Bello refused to be prime minister of Nigeria; he sent his lieutenant to be the prime minister of Nigeria while he stayed back as premier of Northern Nigeria.

So, both Fashola and Ngige and the rest of them saying that Buhari is the fastest route to 2023 are not in sync with the mood of their zones. The mood of their zones is that the fastest route to recovery for Nigeria and for every section of Nigeria is to restructure Nigeria in 2019. “It is a mere diversion that resonates with nobody.

The Yoruba had the presidency for eight years, did it make any difference? The South-South had it for six years. What did it do for them? The North that has had it more than any other region what has it done for the ordinary Northerner?”

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