Agitations for Nigeria’s breakup is politically triggered – Ex-Minister
The former Minister of Education, Alhaji Yerima Abdullahi, has described agitations for Nigeria’s division as politically influenced. Information Guide Nigeria
He said this during an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Gombe towards the country’s 61st independence anniversary on Oct. 1.
Abdullahi expressed hope that Nigeria, despite the problem confronting it, would eventually wax stronger and more united if the citizens could stop agitating for a breakup.
According to him, right from the onset in 1960, the country has passed through difficult times, including the civil war but is still able to come out stronger.
In his words: “The agitations by some people for the breakup of this country is politically motivated and satisfying the egos of few politicians bent at grabbing power by all means necessary.”
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He, however, dissolved claims that some parts of the country are being marginalised, saying that some politicians rather than helping are creating more problems. jamb results
He cautioned such politicians to desist from inciting their people to unleash terror against the law-abiding citizens of the country.
The former minister urged Nigerians, to join hands in building a united and peaceful nation despite the religious or ethnic differences.
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