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FG assessment portal: Nigerians rate power, defence, agric, education ministers poorly

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Ministers of Power, Defence, Education, and Solid Minerals have been rated poorly by Nigerians in the Citizens’ Delivery Tracker Apps of the Federal Government, Saturday PUNCH’s investigation has shown.

In January 2024, the Federal Government had drafted no fewer than 140 officials to track and assess the performance of the federal ministries, departments, and agencies ahead of the first assessment exercise.

The officials joined the third technical retreat for Delivery Desk Officers of Federal Ministries on the Implementation of Presidential Priorities and Ministerial Deliverables in Uyo, the Akwa Ibom State capital, which began on January 24, 2024.

A senior official working closely with the Central Delivery Coordination Unit headed by the Special Adviser to the President on Policy Coordination, Hadiza Bala-Usman, revealed that the officers, who would conduct the assessment, were drawn from 35 Federal Government ministries, departments, and agencies.

“They are considering the modalities of the assessment, the key performance indicators and the reporting mechanisms,” the official told our correspondent.

Meanwhile, in April, the Presidency unveiled a citizens’ feedback platform in a bid to get a ‘strong feedback loop between citizens and government’ on the eight priority areas of the Bola Tinubu administration.

Bala-Usman, who disclosed this at the Go-Live event of the CDT held in Abuja that month, said the creation of the application was informed by President Tinubu’s decision to assess his ministers and heads of agencies based on key performance indicators.

Bala-Usman had said the eight priority areas for the assessment of the ministers’ performances in the App include reforming the economy to deliver sustained inclusive growth, strengthening national security for peace and prosperity, boosting agriculture to achieve food security, and unlocking energy and natural resources for sustainable development.

Others are to enhance infrastructure and transportation as enablers of growth, focus on education, health, and social investment as essential pillars of development; accelerate diversification through industrialisation, digitisation, creative arts, manufacturing and innovation; and improve governance for effective service delivery.

Also, in an interview in October 2023, Bala-Usman provided extensive details about the application and its expected deliverables.

She had said, “We are going to deploy an application— a software— where citizens can report back on project-based deliverables that the Federal Government has committed to doing within the period to 2024.”

Detailing the process at the time, she said, “We sat with the Office of the Secretary to the Government of the Federation. We have worked effectively to define exactly the deliverables for each ministry.

“Those deliverables cascade to the agencies of government. So, for example, you have the sectoral deliverables for a sector in health, and everything that is contained within the value chain or the ecosystem within that sector will be contained within the deliverables.

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“Those deliverables are translated into key performance indicators for the respective ministries. Once you have your key performance indicators, you’re able to clearly understand what your deliverables are over the period of the four years of the administration.”

However, an analysis of the feedback reports from the application made available to Saturday PUNCH showed that some Nigerians rated the Minister of Power, Adebayo Adelabu; Minister of Defence, Mohammed Badaru Abubakar; Minister of Education, Prof Tahir Mamman; and the Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Mohammad Abubakar, very poorly, giving each of the ministers one mark out of a possible five.

As of the time of this report, out of the 253 respondents who rated the power minister, no fewer than 176, representing 69 per cent, gave him one mark; and 34 people representing 43 per cent out of 79 respondents also gave the defence minister one mark.

Similarly, no fewer than 22 people representing 47 per cent of 46 respondents gave the education minister one mark, while 32 respondents out of 98 gave the agriculture minister one mark, and 19 people scored him zero. The four ministers only got five marks each from 20, 7, 3, and 23 people in their categories respectively.

However, the Minister of Finance and Coordinating Minister for the Economy, Wale Edun; the Minister of the Federal Capital Territory, Nyesom Wike; and the Minister of Works, Dave Umahi, got average marks from respondents on the application.

Out of the 101 people who rated the finance minister, 32 respondents gave him five marks, 13 gave him four marks, 17 gave him three marks, 14 gave him two marks, four gave him one mark, and 18 gave him zero.

For the FCT minister, 17 respondents out of 32 gave him five marks, while five people gave him four marks, and two people gave him three marks.

Similarly, 18 respondents out of 52 gave the works minister five marks, six people gave him four marks, five people gave him three marks, and 11 others scored him zero.

Other cabinet members rated average in the application report include the Minister for Solid Minerals, Dele Alake; Minister of Marine and Blue Economy, Adegboyega Oyetola; Minister of Sports Development, Owan Enoh, among others.

Other ministers assessed were the Minister of Labour and Employment, Nkeiruka Onyejeocha; Minister of Information and National Orientation, Mohammed Idris; and Minister of Justice and Attorney General of the Federation, Lateef Fagbemi.

In one of the feedback reports, nine respondents out of 21 gave the Minister of Solid Minerals one mark, while five people gave him five marks each. The information minister got one mark from seven respondents out of 18; the labour minister got five marks from eight out of 15 respondents, while 10 out of 27 respondents gave the marine and blue economy minister five marks each.

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In the 14 feedback reports made available to our correspondent and analysed, 774 respondents had participated in the ministers’ ratings as of the time of filing this report.

Speaking on the performance of the ministers, the National Publicity Secretary of the Peoples Democratic Party, Debo Ologunagba, said the president should be held responsible for the performance of his cabinet members.

Ologunagba noted that the ministers were appointed by the president who also had the power to fire them, adding that the president should be blamed for their non-performance because they report to him.

Ologunagba, said, “A minister was not elected, it’s a president that was elected, and the buck stops at his desk as a President if he is effective. The President can fire and hire. It is his policy that the ministers are implementing.”

Ologunagba also noted that Nigerians could gauge the performance of the ministers by looking at how their lives had been impacted by the policy of the government since the Tinubu administration came on board.

“Is life better in 2022 than now? That should be the measure. It is not about the ministers; rather, it is the policy of the government we should discuss. Do you feel more secure then than now? On the micro level, is a bag of rice cheaper then than now.

“These are about Nigerians’ problems and those are the indices you would use to judge. We are having security problems and insecurity has become the norm in Nigeria. The social life of people, and the level of double taxation has worsened,” he said.

Only Tinubu can assess ministers ­­– Ex-minister

Meanwhile, a former Minister of Information and chieftain of the All Progressive Congress, Adebayo Shittu, said only President Tinubu could assess the ministers.

He, however, added that the President had performed well with the structures that he had put in place.

According to him, only the President knew the ministers and could assess them.

He said, “The information we don’t have, Mr President has it. He appointed the ministers and would assess them. He is an experienced administrator, and he will examine all the data that he has, which he will use to judge.”

Minister’s performances woeful ­— LP

On its part, the Labour Party insisted that most of Tinubu’s ministers had not delivered.

The party noted that the performance of the ministers had rather been woeful.

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Speaking with our correspondent, the National Publicity Secretary of the party, Obiora Ifoh, was of the view that none of the ministers speaking at the ongoing ministerial press briefing in Abuja was able to present a tangible achievement within their one year in office.

Asked whether President Bola Tinubu should dismiss non-performing ministers, the LP spokesman explained that the decision should be left to the president. The President, he said, should decide whether to keep, reshuffle, or change the entire cabinet.

He, however, stressed that there was a need for the government to promptly work on how to drive the economy and reduce the inflation rate.

He said, “With the little I saw this morning, it has been a woeful performance. From the presentation I watched yesterday, there is no single minister that has presented anything as what they’ve done in the last one. All I know is that the team he (President Tinubu) assembled has not done very well. Only the president can decide to keep, reshuffle, or change them but he needs to know that when the head is not right, the rest of the body will follow suit. The buck stops on his table. The policies he has brought in the last one year, which the ministers misinterpreted have not favoured Nigerians, especially in terms of the economy, social welfare, the judiciary, and security.

“They have not done well and besides that, this government has other things to check. We have four refineries and none is working till now. If they put the refineries in order, we will refine our products, and with the Dangote Refinery, we will not have the problem of spending our hard-earned money, and we will have more money in our foreign reserve. We won’t be paying so much for fuel and other items, because whether we like it or not, the high cost of petrol and other petroleum products is the reason a lot of things are expensive and why inflation has remained high.

“There is a need for this government to do a market index and see how to bring down the inflation for Nigerians. The demand for a new minimum wage is a result of where our currency is, at the rate of N1,500 to a dollar. We should expect the workers to earn more and the private sector to pay more, but if they can drive down the rate and bring it back to how they met it, I’m sure the request for N650,000 minimum wage will stop. The inflation rate has also jumped, so the managers of the economy have not done their work well.”

 

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AfDB appoints Nigerian as Director of African Development Institute

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The African Development Bank has appointed Eric Ogunleye, a seasoned macroeconomist, as Director of the African Development Institute, effective June 1.

Mr Ogunleye, a Nigerian national, has nearly 20 years of experience in macro and development economics, capacity development, public governance and regulatory reform, monitoring and evaluation, and policy advisory. His career includes designing and leading innovative, context-specific capacity development and policy advisory initiatives at the highest levels of national governance, achieving significant global partnerships and impactful results.

He previously served as the Officer in Charge of the African Development Institute and Manager of the Institute’s Policy Management Division. He was also previously an Advisor to the Chief Economist and Vice President of the Economic Governance and Knowledge Management Complex. He played a crucial role in developing and implementing the Bank Group’s Capacity Development Strategy (2021-2025) and related initiatives, such as the Public Finance Management Academy for Africa and the Macroeconomic Management Academy for Africa.

Mr Ogunleye has significantly enhanced the Institutional Capacity Building and Fiduciary Clinics, which now consistently cover 20 country portfolios annually, improving the quality of the Bank’s operations and portfolios in Regional Member Countries.

In December 2022, Mr Ogunleye successfully launched the Public Finance Management Academy for Africa, featuring an 18-month structured training program across the entire public financial and debt management cycle. This initiative has trained over 145 public officials from 45 African countries as Public Finance Management experts. He currently leads multiple technical assistance projects, including macroeconomic modelling and policy dialogues, to address entrenched and emerging development challenges in African countries. He has also forged numerous partnerships at global, continental, regional, national, and sub-national levels to support these initiatives.

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Before joining the Bank, he was Special Assistant to the President of Nigeria on International Trade and Finance and later as Special Advisor to the Chief Economic Advisor to the President. He played a pivotal role in policy research, institutional capacity development, and monitoring and evaluation of socio-economic policies. He contributed to Nigeria’s Economic Recovery and Growth Plan, which lifted the country out of recession. Additionally, he served as a long-term consultant (Country Macroeconomist) in the Nigeria Country Department of the Bank Group, coordinating macroeconomic analysis in Nigeria and supporting the Bank’s diverse development projects portfolio.

Mr Ogunleye’s previous roles also include Research Fellow at the African Center for Economic Transformation, Doctoral Researcher at the United Nations University’s World Institute for Development Economics Research, Doctoral Research Intern at the World Trade Organization, and International Research Consultant at the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development. He has also taught and conducted research as a Lecturer at the University of Calabar, Nigeria.

He holds a PhD and MSc in Economics from the University of Ibadan, Nigeria, a BSc degree in Economics from the University of Calabar, Nigeria, a Cambridge Certificate in Advanced Programme on Rethinking Development Economics in Africa, and an Executive Certificate in Public Policy from Harvard University.

Expressing his gratitude for the appointment, Mr Ogunleye said, “I am truly humbled, honoured, and pleased by the confidence reposed in me by President Akinwumi A. Adesina for this appointment. I am deeply fascinated and appreciate his consistent penchant for excellence and recognition of talent. I use this opportunity to renew my commitment to the Bank, its leadership, and regional member countries in deepening my support for strengthening institutional capacities in all forms in regional member countries.”

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Akinwumi Adesina, President of the African Development Bank Group, commented: “I am pleased to appoint Dr. Eric Kehinde Ogunleye as Director of the African Development Institute. Eric is a focused and strategic leader with first-class expertise in key areas of institutional capacity development support to regional member countries. I am confident that he will continue to leverage his vast experience and global partnership across all spheres of capacity development for delivery at scale for our regional member countries.”

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Armed men kidnap Fouani MD, three other foreigners in Lagos

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No fewer than three persons, including foreigners, have been abducted by armed men suspected to be kidnappers in Lagos State.

No fewer than three persons, including foreigners, have been abducted by armed men suspected to be kidnappers in Lagos State.

According to DAILY POST, the victims include the Managing Director of Fouani Company and three other Lebanese nationals.

The were reportedly kidnapped while traveling on a boat from Apapa to Victoria Island.

Details of the incident are still sketchy as at the time of filing this report.

However, when contacted by DAILY POST, the Lagos State Police Public Relations Officer, Benjamin Hundeyin, said the Command had received the report.

He said, “Yes we also got the report and we are already looking into it. I can’t confirm it to you yet because I don’t have the details for now.

“But when I’m done with my findings, I will come up with details and tell you their names and how it happened.”

 

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Tinubu stresses sacrifice, duty, and unity in Eid-el-Kabir Message

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President Bola Tinubu has called on Nigerians to reflect on the importance of sacrifice and duty in nation-building, as the country marks

President Bola Tinubu has called on Nigerians to reflect on the importance of sacrifice and duty in nation-building, as the country marks the joyous occasion of Eid-el-Kabir.

In a statement issued on Saturday by his Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, Ajuri Ngelale, President Tinubu underscored the profound meaning of the celebration, urging Nigerians to internalize its lessons for the collective good of the nation.

He highlighted that achieving great change requires a collective sense of purpose, will, and action from all citizens, calling on all Nigerians to pray for the peace and stability of the nation.

President Tinubu extended his congratulations to the Muslim Ummah, praying that Allah accepts their supplications and acts of obedience.

Eid-el-Kabir, a significant event in the Islamic calendar, symbolizes sacrifice, faith, and obedience to the will of the Almighty.

“President Bola Tinubu celebrates with the Muslim Ummah on the joyous occasion of Eid-el-Kabir, an event that denotes sacrifice, faith, and obedience to the will of the Almighty.

“The President congratulates the Muslim faithful and prays that Allah accepts their supplications and acts of obedience.

“President Tinubu enjoins Nigerians to reflect on the essence of the occasion, which bears strong meaning and significance for the nation.

“The President emphasizes that sacrifice and duty are essential ingredients to nation-building, noting that it takes collective purpose, will, and action to bring about great change.

“President Tinubu calls on citizens to spare a prayer for the nation for continuous peace and stability while working according to purpose in promoting unity, peace, and progress.

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“The President acknowledges the sacrifices that Nigerians have made in the past one year as his administration sets the nation on a firm pedestal of growth and development”, the statement said.

Acknowledging the significant sacrifices made by Nigerians over the past year, President Tinubu assured the populace that their efforts are beginning to bear fruit.

He noted that his administration’s dedication to setting Nigeria on a path of growth and development is starting to show positive results, with an improving economy and renewed vibrancy in critical sectors.

“President Tinubu affirms that the sacrifices and great expectations of citizens will not come to nought as already propitious outcomes are beginning to manifest with the economy strengthening and vibrancy returning to critical sectors.

“The President reassures Nigerians that his administration is prioritizing their physical, social, and economic security and will not relent on this noble endeavour.

“President Tinubu wishes Nigerians happy Sallah celebrations”, the statement said.

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Sallah: Ex-Senate president Lawan shares N222.5m cash gift, foodstuffs to constituents

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President of the 9th Senate, Senator Ahmad Lawan, has distributed N222.5 million cash gift to households drawn from across 60 wards in the six Local Government Areas (LGAs) of Yobe North Senatorial District to celebrate the upcoming Eid-el-Kabir Muslim festival.

The distribution, which was carried out through a committee set up by Senator Lawan, targeted households and individuals in need within the district and beyond.

The six LGAs that benefited from the gesture include Bade, Jakusko, Karasuwa, Yusufari, Machina and Nguru.

The cash gift ranging from 100,000 to 20,000 was distributed to each household, including individuals, with a total of 3,430 households and individuals benefitting from the initiative sponsored by the Senator Ahmad Ibrahim Lawan (SAIL) Foundation.

Other beneficiaries captured are traditional leaders, party executives, and stakeholders in Yobe North.

Also to be distributed are food items such as 1500 carton boxes of spaghetti, 1,140 bags of maize and guinea corn, 1,500 clothings for children, 800 wrappers for women, 2,000 blankets, 2,000 mats etc. Beneficiaries under this category were also drawn from the six LGAs, and extend to orphanages within the Senatorial District.

According to the chairman of the Selection and Distribution Committee, Alhaji Suleiman Jamo, the gesture was aimed at cushioning the economic hardship faced by many constituents owing to the high cost of living as Muslims celebrate Eid-el-Kabir.

“We understand that many of our constituents are going through difficult times, and this gift from Sen. Ahmad Lawan is a token of his support to help them celebrate with joy and peace,” Jamo said.

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Senator Lawan, while commending the committee for a job well done, urged the beneficiaries to use the gift wisely as they enjoy the Eid celebration.

“I wish all my constituents a blessed and peaceful Eid-el-Kabir celebration. May the spirit of the season unite us and bring us closer together”, he said

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Nigeria working hard to eliminate terrorism, cybercrimes, Tinubu assures FBI

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Tinubu said his administration has prioritised education as a tool against poverty which is generally believed to be a driver of criminal activities.

President Bola Tinubu receives FBI Director, Christopher Asher Wray, at the State House on June 14, 2024. Credit: State House.

President Bola Tinubu on Friday received the director of the United States’ Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Christopher Asher Wray, assuring him that Nigeria is working hard to eliminate terrorism, cybercrime, and other criminal activities.

Tinubu spoke during a meeting with the FBI director at the State House in Abuja, calling for collaboration between Nigeria and other countries in West Africa to rid the region of crimes.

“We are working hard to eliminate terrorism, cybercrimes, sextortion, and I am glad that we have a good number of agencies that are involved in reducing these crimes to the barest minimum, and they are also well represented at this meeting,” Tinubu was quoted as saying in a statement by his spokesman, Ajuri Ngelale.

“’We cannot achieve this important feat of eliminating crimes without collaboration. Incidentally, as the Chairman of ECOWAS, Nigeria is also collaborating with other West African countries to fight economic and other related crimes.

“It is an honour for me to receive Director Christopher Wray, the leader of an organization that has demonstrated consistent procedural sophistication and a reputation for excellence over several years. Your visit conveys the importance of Nigeria and Nigerian partnership in the work of America’s law enforcement institutions and vice-versa. For us, it is a recognition of what stage we are at, who we are, and the level of interest both countries share in eliminating crimes locally and globally.”

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Tinubu said his administration has prioritised education as a tool against poverty which is generally believed to be a driver of criminal activities.

Noting that no country can combat financial crimes in isolation, President Tinubu called on the United States to support developing countries with the requisite technology and knowledge transfer required to combat complex international crimes.

In his remarks, Director Wray said he was in the country to enhance the “outstanding partnership” that exists between the government of Nigeria and the government of the United States.

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Anambra Rep knocks proposal for Orlu State

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The House of Representatives has further rescheduled its resumption date earlier slated for Tuesday, April 23 by one week.

The member representing Nnewi North/Nnewi South/Ekwusigo Federal Constituency of Anambra State, Hon Uzokwe Peter Ifeanyi, has knocked the proposal for the creation of Orlu State.

He said though he was not against the creation of another state for the Southeast, proper consultation was not made.

Penultimate Thursday, the House of Representatives passed a bill for first reading for the creation of Orlu State.

The bill was sponsored by the member representing Ideato North/Ideato South Federal Constituency, Imo State, Ikenga Ugochinyere.

According to the draft bill, the creation of Orlu State will alter the 1999 Constitution (as amended), increasing the number of states in the federation from 36 to 37

The new state will be carved out from Imo, Abia, and Anambra states, with Orlu as its capital city, it proposed.

But reacting to the development, Ifeanyi, expressed displeasure that his constituency was carved into the proposed new state even without letting him as representative of the people know.

He posited that the call for a new state was germane but should be done through the appropriate channels, especially through the Igbo leadership, Ohaneze Ndigbo.

He said his position did not reinforce any stereotypes about the Southeast not being united as disagreements on issues in any community is normal.

His words, “The issue of state creation has been the problem of Igbos, the South easterners. No Igboman will say that the Igbos don’t need a state to make up for the inequality of states in the country. Inasmuch as we need that state, the issue becomes where will the state be carved out from?

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“It’s only Anambra people that don’t because of the location of Anambra State. The best you can do is just to carve out something small. I don’t think between Enugu and Anambra, there is a place you will carve out. But from Abia, coming down to Owerri, Imo State, you can carve out between Abia and Imo, between Abia and Ebonyi, and lastly between Imo and some parts of Anambra State. So that has been the issue.

“What happened today was that last Thursday, my brother and honourable member colleague submitted a bill proposing Orlu State. I don’t have anything against Orlu State but the issue is that if you want to carve out any state, you have to do due diligence, you have to consult widely. Can you imagine the embarrassment? My Igwe called me and asked me what happened. Were you there when Ozubulu was carved into Orlu? I said nobody consulted me.

“I’m in the House with you. As a matter of fact, since I was elected, I have not missed more than three sittings, so I’m not an absentee honourable. You see me every day, you people can bear me witness. I have never been in the House five minutes past eleven. I must be seated five minutes to eleven. As a matter of fact, the Speaker had not entered that chamber before me and I was seated or standing to welcome him.

“So it is not a matter of you did not see me. But because you wanted to bypass me. I don’t know the reason. And taking Ozubulu out of Ekwusigo, are you taking the whole of Ekwusigo? Ozubulu has been the Local Government headquarters of Ekwusigo. You just came to Ekwusigo and picked out Ozubulu. Where will the headquarters of Ekwusigo be now? Will Ozubulu which has been the headquarters of a local government now go into Orlu to be a minority? Is it possible?

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“If he had approached me and consulted with me, we would sit down. But let it not be what happened in 1884/1885 which was the scramble for and the partitioning of West Africa, where somewhere in Berlin, Germany, you sat down, brought the map of West Africa on the table, and started carving. That was exactly what my honourable colleague did. Put that Anambra map, put that Imo map, and started carving it out as it pleased him. Will he have taken it if I come to his local town and pull it out? What explanation would be given to his people? Nothing. Just to embarrass me.

“My thinking is simple and short. That we are here, our being here does not give us any superiority over the people who sent us. We have Ohaneze Ndigbo. They have been championing the cause of the creation of an additional state for Igbos. Shift it back to them. They are the elders. They will do it and bring it to us and tell us to push it. That is our job.

“Ohaneze Ndigbo will do it, bring it to us as Southeast Caucus in the parliament. We have leaders. Then with one voice, we push on what is agreed on. But for us to come here as lawmakers because we have the power to make laws, then we start tinkering with the laws, creating new ones to suit the imagination we want. No! Things are not done like that.

“I am not against the creation of an additional state but there should have been proper consultation. I would advise him to withdraw the bill and re-present it so all of us would support it. But the people of Ozubulu have taken a stand that they would not go under Orlu.”

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He said the Speaker of the House, Tajudeen Abbas, was passionate about the creation of an additional state for the Southeast.

He also said his position did not reflect any stereotype that the Southeast cannot work together.

He said, this is not a stereotype that the Southeast cannot work together. We would disagree to agree. Forget about that stereotype. Which ethnic group in Nigeria speaks with one voice? Igbo people speak with one voice more than other ethnic groups in Nigeria. Anybody that says Igbos don’t speak with voice is a lie. It is just stereotyping and labelling for them to get what they want. Is speaking with one voice the absence of disagreements? No. It is not. We can disagree. But so long as two human beings are into anything there must be disagreements.”

Source: The Nation

 

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