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Chief Femi Kayode has predicted the division of Nigeria in the nearest future into five countries.
The former aviation minister who shared on his Facebook official page on Sunday evening, to narrow down his point said his words should be marked that in the next five years the country will split into the Arewa Islamic Republic, Middlebeltan minorities Republic, Oduduwa Republic, Benin Kingdom and the Republic of Biafra.
The People’s Democratic Party stalwart revealed that the end of Nigeria’s coexistence is paramount as a sustained call for restructuring is outdated and too late.
His post read:
Given what is going on today I am convinced of two things.Firstly that the call for restructuring is not only outdated…
In a separate video post, Kayode said Nigeria is in a ‘far greater trouble’ than as can, possibly imagine.
He maintained that the rate of insurgency in the country is, obviously conceived and planned and coordinated by the ‘Fulani Aristocracy – including the federal government and security and intelligence agencies connected.