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Restructuring Will Not Help Nigeria – Sowore

Omoyele Sowore

Omoyele Sowore

The African Action Congress, AAC, has come out to say that restructuring, power rotation and secession will not help Nigeria.

The group’s chairman, Omoyele Sowore recently revealed this while reading out the party’s communique at the end of its NEC meeting in Abuja.

According to him, those clamouring for these things should know that such reality will not meet the long-term aspirations of the people for a better life, so they should be avoided.

He added that our concerns can only be addressed successfully if Nigerians stand united in the resolve to flush inept political leaders out of the system through constitutional means.

His words, “There is a clamour for real and fundamental upturning to better the rot we live in today. But it comes in various shades; whether to secede, to restructure, to simply wait till 2023 or to do lawful revolution.”

“Secession is lawful but too expensive, divisive, and doubtful. We have also passed the stage of restructuring the country if restructuring means going back to the 1963 constitution while having the same people in power. Only those who believe we can vote out bad leaders without a fight will simply wait for a power rotation in 2023. However, in all of these, the most basic, clinical, unifying and massive is lawful revolution.”

“Nigeria is living in the most troubled, tumultuous and tragic times ever. This is beyond sad as the signals have been there for a long time. But with the lessons from the January 2012 uprising and the #ENDSARS, a lawful revolution may be near.”

“The case of the Federal Government’s defence of the Minister of Communications, Dr Isa Pantami justifies our long-held position that the All Progressives Congress, APC, administration harbours people of questionable past and character operating under different cloaks and ridiculous garbs.”

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