Published by Ayo Dada
A River That Forgets It’s Source Will Surely Run Dry – Ayo Dada.
The above is the situation Nigeria finds herself due to the selfishness and the heartlessness of our founding fathers, particularly from one dominant section of the country, (Northern Nigeria) with the help and support of traitors from the southern parts of Nigeria; these people, like Esau, sold their “birthright” for a bowl of pottage. From then on, it has been from one problem to the other. From the 1966 coup de that that ushered in the first military government led by Aguiyi Ironsi, which led to the counter coup of General Gowon, to the Nigerian Civil War, and on and on to Babangida, who is largely responsible, in my opinion for the state we find ourselves in Nigeria today.
Also, Abdulsalami Abubakar, the former head of state sealed the terrible fate of Nigeria as it is today by imposing a fraudulent Constitution over Nigerians. There were no consultations privately or publicly with stakeholders in the Nigerian project; I stand to be corrected. Little wonder why the smallest ethnic group in Nigeria has cornered all the important and powerful positions, (thereby her resources by default) in the country to themselves, with tacit support of the man in Aso Rock, through his inactions.
These same people now claim to own Nigeria and are free to kill southern natives in their own fatherland, through their herdsmen and the exportation of terrorism from the north to the south, “a put up or shut up” attitude toward southern Nigerian indigenes.
THE TIME FOR RESTRUCTURING IS NOW AND TO REWRITE THE FRAUDLENT NORTHERN CONSTITUTION FALSELY LABELLED AS THE NIGERIAN CONSTITUTION.
NO SOUTHERNER SHOULD BETRAY THEIR PEOPLE ANYMORE FOR A BOWL OF POTTAGE, THE SOUTHERNERS ARE WATCHING. IT IS NOT TOO MUCH TO ASK FOR EQUITY AND JUSTICE FOR ALL IF WE ARE TO CONTINUE TO BE ONE NATION!!
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