He recently revealed that Nigeria was founded on a solid foundation, but it is sad that due to a bad system of government, the country is yet to attain the great heights envisaged by its founding fathers.
According to him, the borrowed American system the nation is using has not worked out well for Nigeria, so the Nigerian leadership should find a system to heal the land.
He added that Nigeria definitely needs a system that would ensure justice, prosperity and accommodation to all component units.
His words, “Nigeria was founded on a solid foundation; we are now operating a system that is not good for the country. We borrowed the Presidential system from America and it is not working for us. What are we zoning for? What are we sharing? Nigeria needs overhaul. The country urgently needs a system that will ensure justice to all. The Nigerian leadership should find a system to heal the land; there are too many injustices in Nigeria.”
“Those who are calling for war should read history; the worst area of my life was at the age of three when the Nigerian civil war broke. Watching people die inflicted. It is a memory I can’t forget. When people are drumming about war and crisis, it means that they don’t understand it. We are also speaking to the authorities for them to know that when somebody is hungry, that person can easily be angry. The land is crying, there is too much shedding of blood. Innocent blood is being shed. It looks like we have a vehicle without a driver. Lots of atrocities are going on in Nigeria. It is time when men of goodwill should rise so that we can salvage the land from destruction.”
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