By Basil Okoh
Ghana now ranks as 2nd most peaceful country in Africa and fastest GDP growth in West Africa. A man without a known educational certificate, who never passed one exam or test in his entire military career, who is a cattle farmer but does not know what animal husbandry means, is your leader. Where can a blind, deaf and dumb man lead you?
His people have never built any civilization since creation. They have been wandering in the wilds with cows as sex partners. And you still wonder why your country has accumulated debt of N43 Trillion in six years, is facing so many internal wars at the same time, has a 14% pass rate in JAMB and contends with 63 people killed by security forces extra judicially everyday?
I visited Nkwetia in Kwahu Region of Ghana up in the mountains. St. Peters Catholic College there was a peaceful paradise and a bastion of learning with a well stocked private zoo. A secondary school with a private zoo.
Nigeria must divide for each region to grow at its own pace. It’s not about restructuring or your emotional attachment to an imaginary and phantom country, the misleading love for a “big” nation. It is the crying need for progress for those who want it. Nigeria does not want progress.
TO BE OR NOT TO BE. THAT IS THE QUESTION
We can see all kinds of Northern champions and apologists crawling out of the woodworks and out of their comfy watering holes to pontificate on democracy because Southern Governors take a stand for their people.
Their feeding bottles are utterly threatened. Like it or not, the North must choose one: restructuring or secession. No copping out this time. No matter how many Nnamdi Kanu Government abducts or how many cats are kidnapped from Sunday Igboho, the road divides in 2023.
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