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Former INEC boss, Jega advocates restructuring




The previous Nationwide Chairman, Unbiased Nationwide Electoral Fee, Prof. Attahiru Muhammadu Jega, has confused the necessity for the Federal Authorities to restructure its present federal system for the nation to develop and prosper.

He lamented that the nation is extremely imbalanced and poorly managed.

Talking on the 4th public lecture at Nasarawa State College, titled, “Restructuring the Nigerian Federation: Challenges and Prospects”, Jega argued that restructuring the nation is extremely inevitable and the proper time to begin is now.

He suggested that the nation is urgently reformed and repositioned to fulfill the yearnings and aspirations of Nigerians for a federation based mostly on the rule of legislation, justice, fairness and equality of alternative for all residents within the nation.

The previous INEC boss famous that lack of restructuring would result in perpetual instability and poor administration of range with the seemingly horrible chance of dismemberment by the extremist agitations for brand new ‘nations’ to be created out of the current day Nigeria.

In accordance with him, “As a approach out of the logjam, the nation should come to phrases with the challenges and prospects of restructuring. We have to come to phrases with the truth that restructuring is critical.”

Prof. Attahiru Jega suggested that the strategy and mechanism deployed in pursuing the restructuring may be very important in reaching the specified objective.

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