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Wednesday, September 18, 2019

WHAT HAPPENED IN JAPAN GAVE SOUTH-EAST A BAD NAME — YABAGI SANI



The National Chairman of Action Democratic Party (ADP), Engr. Yabagi Sani urged South-East to exhibit discipline and maturity in order for power of presidency to return to them because what happened in Japan gave South-East a bad name. 

He made this statement when he was asked to describe the actions of Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) in Germany on attack of Former Deputy Senate President, Ike Ekweremadu and their attempt to meet with Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari in Japan.  

He has this to say:
"The IPOB action can be viewed from both political and economical angles. When people start thinking that they are not part and parcel of what should belong to them, there is problem."

"If the unemployment level is not as high as it is I don’t think people would want to leave the country, because they have seen that nothing is happening that would give them confidence, that is why what happened in Japan took place in the first place. I think that the political aspect of it is what the president should be able to solve but also my message to the South East is that if they want to have leadership of the country, they should exhibit discipline and maturity." 

"Today we are talking about power shift and the South-East says power should return to them. It is a political issue that the South-East at this time should understand that what happened in Japan gave them a bad name." 

"Would Mr. President hand over power to his enemies if he has to make that choice? The reality is that Nigeria as we have today would go beyond where we are when power at national level ceases to be an issue based on merit," he said.

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