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It’ll be idiotic to break Nigeria – Obasanjo tackles IPOB, Yoruba nation agitators




Former President Olusegun Obasanjo has tackled proponents of the Yoruba and Biafra nations, saying it’s “virtually idiotic” to push for Nigeria’s disintegration at a interval that Africa gears in the direction of political, social and financial reintegration.”


Obasanjo, spoke Wednesday on the luncheon and investiture of Kehinde Isijola as the brand new Ogun State Chairman of the Nigerian Establishment of Surveyor (NIS), held on the Olusegun Obasanjo Presidential Library (OOPL), Abeokuta.

The previous Nigerian chief conceded that the state of affairs stays unpalatable in Nigeria; he, nonetheless, stated disintegration of the nation isn’t the answer.

Obasanjo opined that Nigerians ought to blame themselves for the worst of the nation as an alternative of blaming God.

The Balogun Owu stated everyone in Nigeria is apprehensive over the state of the nation, saying anybody who is just not apprehensive is a human being with out being human.

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He acknowledged that “Any Nigerian who’s human shall be apprehensive about safety, economic system, political state of affairs and the drum of disintegration of the nation.”

The ex-President prided himself as “a robust believer of 1 Nigeria, however not one Nigeria at any value.”

The statesman advocated for one Nigeria the place each Nigerian feels proud that she or he has a stake in Nigeria.

Obasanjo posited that residents of Biafra and Yoruba nations shall be diminished in contrast being residents of Nigeria, stressing that “our energy is in our range,”

“On this age and time that we’re speaking concerning the reintegration of Africa for financial improvement, disintegration of any nation shall be virtually idiotic,” he added.

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