vice President Yemi Osinbajo has encouraged Biafra and YorubaNation dissident tumult to hold separating Nigeria, demanding that nations across the globe are meeting up for the benefit of all.
“Yorubas are not lucky to be all alone, Igbos are not lucky to be all alone, the North isn’t lucky to be all alone. We are in an ideal situation as one country. That is the reason we are solid, and that is the reason we can confront the world,” contemplated Mr Osinbajo. “Wherever on the planet today, individuals are meeting up to frame more grounded units. They are not separating. This isn’t an ideal opportunity to separate.”
His media associate Laolu Akande revealed this in an assertion on Sunday in Abuja, taking note of that the VP offered the comments an intuitive meeting with high ranking representatives of Nigeria’s High Commission, UK, at the Abuja House home of the High Commissioner in London.
“On the off chance that you read of the financial aspects of more modest countries, they are searching for methods of how they can become more grounded by lining up with different countries,” added the VP. “How does a country with all the potential and all that we have, feel that the most ideal way is to separate?”
Mr Osinbajo further clarified that Nigeria was at a point in its set of experiences where it had security and financial difficulties and that such difficulties could happen to any administration.
“On the off chance that you check out us all staying here, we address every one of the international zones. This is the Nigeria that will succeed; whatever else doesn’t bode well,” he expressed.
Mr Osinbajo additionally noticed that Nigerians at home and abroad ought to advance the message of an assembled Nigeria.
“Security challenges that we have didn’t appear in one day, however it is the public authority, individuals, the people that will deal with them,” he added. “We end up being that administration, and I am exceptionally persuaded that we are totally fit for taking care of it. I think we are in the most ideal situation to tackle these issues.”