Nigeria has consistently been isolated. It didn’t begin under Buhari-Femi Adesina


Femi Adesina, the Special Adviser to President Buhari on Media and Publicity, has couldn’t help contradicting Nigerians who accept that the nation is more isolated than it was before the Buhari-drove organization came into power in 2015.

Review that previous President Olusegun Obasanjo, Nobel laureate Wole Soyinka, previous Minister of Aviation Femi Fani-Kayode, and numerous others have come out to state that Nigeria is currently more partitioned than it has ever been.

Anyway talking on Channels TV tonight, Adesina said even after the mixture of Nigeria in 1914, the nation has consistently stayed isolated and that the division at present observed the nation over didn’t begin with President Buhari. In his words

”Nigeria had consistently been isolated right from blend in 1914. Nigeria is an awkward combination yet we have kept at it and we have worked at it.

“Furthermore, I disclose to you that there is no time throughout the entire existence of this nation that the nation was not partitioned. Yet, at that point, we have kept at it and we are attempting to make it work.

“As at 2015 when President Buhari came, Nigeria was horribly isolated; separated along ethnic, strict and political lines; partitioned along language; separated miserably and awfully.”

Condemning the individuals who hawk the case that the nation is currently partitioned, Adesina said

”You see that various individuals, rather than letting congruity re-visitation of this nation, flourish and abound in extending the hole between Nigerians. They wade into controversy with all the fixings.

In this way, on the off chance that they state Nigeria is separated today, it is on the grounds that Nigeria has consistently been isolated. And all endeavors to join Nigeria and Nigerians never worked

At the point when Nigerians go to a choice point that we should live respectively, we can’t wish anyone away, at that point we will be progressing in the direction of being a country.”

Share this story

Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.