Secession not solely resolution to Nigeria’s problems- Ex- Oyo SSG

A former Secretary to Oyo State authorities, Barrister Sharafadeen Abiodun Alli on Thursday mentioned that secession will not be the one resolution to the array of issues militating in opposition to the survival of Nigeria.

Alli, who contested a gubernatorial election on the platform of Zenith Labour Celebration (ZLP) in 2019 in Oyo State made this declaration by way of an announcement made accessible to DAILY POST in Ibadan.

Alli whereas congratulating Nigeria because the nation clocks 60, urged folks of the State to proceed to wish for higher Oyo State and Nigeria at massive.

The previous SSG whereas acknowledging the truth that many issues are confronting Nigeria, nonetheless, maintained that the decision for secession will not be the answer to the issues the nation is dealing with.

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Alli, whereas insisting that Nigeria is but to get to its desired vacation spot, urged the folks of the nation to hope for a greater future for the State and Nigeria as an entity.

The Ekefa Balogun of Ibadanland whereas talking additional, urged Nigerians, particularly these calling for secession to contemplate the desires of the founding fathers of Nigeria and search the realisation of the dream.

“Although Nigeria is but to get to its desired vacation spot, the folks ought to hope for a greater future for the State and Nigeria as an entity.

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“Nigerians, particularly these calling for secession ought to take into account the desires of the founding fathers of Nigeria and search the realisation of the dream. The 2020 anniversary marking sixty years of self-rule is a chance to bless Nigeria and its existence as a nation.

“60 years of Nigeria’s independence will mark an ideal new starting of hope, peace, prosperity and abundance for its citizenry. Nigeria shall be exalted! It is not going to fail, it should excel and rise past the imaginations of the world.

“Will probably be a delight to Africa and the World. All that we had misplaced shall be restored; the place we have now failed, we’ll succeed.”

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