Nigeria Need Restructuring -Ikedi Ohakim

The Former Governor of Imo State, Chief Ikedi Ohakim has joined other meaning Nigerian’s calling for the restructuring of the system of government so as to brace up for the challenges of the 21st century.

Chief Ikedi Ohakim made in Owerri, Imo State Capital this known during an interactive session with stakeholders, religious body, youth organization, traditional institutions as well as academia in Owerri.

The Imo Former governor, strongly believed that the nation cannot be developed from Abuja alone which is called the federal government that is becoming a disincentive for the development of this country.

“ We must consider reworking the country’s articles of association to unleash the people’s potential; Unitary government, as being practiced in Nigeria today, no longer works for anybody”.
He continued “ The urgency of our situation demands a new normal, a clear and different structure through which our people will be organized to face the 21st-century challenges”.

Chief Ohakim, however, noted that in Nigeria today the common price of leadership is smear campaigns and character assignation these narratives he said need to change.

Abeeb Olalekan

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