“Stop Threatening The Unity Of Nigeria” – Yakasai Challenges Edwin Clark
Alhaji Tanko Yakasai, an elder statesman, on Thursday, warned a fellow elder statesman, Chief Edwin Clark, against issuing threats when discussing national issues. POLITICS NIGERIA reports.
Yakasai warned Clark in a statement. Information Guide Nigeria
Recall that it was reported that Clark threatened that Nigeria risks disintegration should power stay in the north in 2023.
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Reacting to that, Yakasai said, “I wish to comment on a statement, credited to my good friend, Chief E.K. Clark and published in the media concerning the part of the country that should produce our President in the coming presidential election in 2023″. jamb results
“My comment is predicated on the interview granted by one of my old friends, Chief Edwin Clark. The part of the statement that incurred my displeasure is where Chief Clark issued a veiled threat on the issue of unity and peaceful coexistence affecting different communities living together in our country.
“Chief Clark is not the only elder statesman that issues such threats on unity and peaceful coexistence in our country. There is another elder statesman, who is also a friend of mine and who is fond of resorting to threats when discussing national issues.
“I think at our age, we should avoid resorting to threats whenever we are discussing national issues. What is expected of people at our age is to provide leadership by way of offering advice and correcting any mistake we discovered made by younger Nigerians in the course of national discourse.”
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