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PANDEF charges Buhari to revisit 2014 confab report
The Pan Niger Delta Forum has urged President Muhammadu Buhari to reconsider the 2014 nationwide convention and employ the proposals to push Nigeria ahead.
PANDEF, which was reacting to an announcement associated with dost Nigeria’s President, Olusegun Obasanjo on the affairs of the country, concurred that Nigeria was changing into a failed state and will disintegrate if nothing serious was carried out to deal with the fall.
Speaking, the two times then head of state, Obasanjo had, during an occasion in Abuja, stated Nigeria was gradually turning into a failed state and a basket case that urgently needed to be pulled from the brink of collapse.
He additionally acknowledged that he had by no means seen Nigeria so disunited, adding that most of the issues haunting the nation had been because of the current mismanagement of nation’s diversity.
But speaking on Saturday in a phone interview with PUNCH, Ken Robinson, the forum’s spokesman, said the Buhari administration might alternatively organise its own conference, where Nigerians from totally different ethnic groups would come together and focus on the best way forward for the nation.
Describing Obasanjo as some of the revered elder statesmen in Nigeria, the spokesman contended that he (Obasanjo) had been in the system and that the former President’s evaluation of the present state of affairs in the country must be taken seriously.
In his words, “The former president is one of our most respected elder statesmen in the country. As a former president and head of state, he has been in the system; so, he understands what he’s talking about”