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Constitutional Amendment Is An Exercise In Futility Without Restructuring – Gani Adams

Gani Adams

Gani Adams

The Aare Onakakanfo of Yorubaland, Gani Adams has come out to say that Nigeria needs to be restructured politically for her to move forward.

He recently had his say while speaking to the press, and Nigerians have been reacting.

According to him, the constitutional amendment by lawmakers is clearly an exercise in futility without restructuring the nation.

He added that the 1999 constitution has caused a major setback for the nation and there is a need for review.

His words, “If Nigeria is not restructured, Nigeria will not move forward. All constitutional amendment that the National Assembly is doing is an exercise in futility.”

“The only way to solve the problem in our nation now is to restructure the country politically, by restructuring the country politically, every other thing will fall in place. If this is done, the issue of security will be solved by zonal arrangement of the security.”

“The scurity architecture should go beyond the federal. The federal should have its security architecture, the zone which is the federating unit should have too. Also the state and Local Governments which are also tiers of government must have their own.”

“The 1999 constitution gave Nigeria the setback that we have ever witnessed in this country so we are wasting our time if Nigeria is not restructured politically.”

“We have to learn a lot of lessons from war, especially modern war. We are not talking of war of arrow and gun, we are talking of war that has to do with aircraft attacks which are even beyond the army. The end of war is always brutal, even Russia which is ahead of Ukraine is not enjoying what is happening from the cry that is coming from the global village, I believe.”

“I will appeal to the two countries to drop their swords and resolve the crisis amicably because the war is affecting the world economy. If care is not taken, the war will lead to global economic crisis because when two elephants are fighting, the grass will suffer, we have to be careful to avoid another third world war.”

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