Restructuring: Atiku Commends APC Govs, Others

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Former Vice President and Chieftain of All Progressives Congress, Abubakar  has commended the resolution of the APC Progressive Governors Forum which called for and true federalism, saying that the issue transcends religion and ethnicity.

The former Vice President also described as patriotic the convergence of positions around by leaders and stakeholders from diverse regions of the country noting that it confirmed  that he ( Abubakar) was not just a lone voice in the wilderness in the inevitability of of for the good of all.

The former Vice President, in a statement in Abuja on Tuesday by his Media Office, explained  that the agitations for secession would not have arisen if the country had shown sincere readiness to address the underlying problems that feed the agitations by separatist forces.

According to the Wazirin Adamawa, the restructuring debate transcends the ambition of any single politician in , and that any attempt to ignore the agitations could make a bad situation more complicated.

He explained that avoiding a problem won’t solve that problem, adding that with so much hate, distrust, suspicions and fears in the country, political leaders shouldn’t be afraid to confront the challenge.

According to him, our current federal structure should be freely discussed by allowing the federating units voice their grievances with a view to finding workable solutions that protects the rights and interests of all.

He said  the country could not afford to allow bottled up frustrations of the people to explode into violence, which threatens not only innocent lives, but also harms the country’s economic assets.

Atiku therefore, praised the Progressive APC Governors and other leaders and groups for their courage to confront the country’s most urgent national challenge, adding that separatist agitations are dangerously threatening the country’s unity and indivisibility. To his mind, he says no country could afford to take these threats lightly.


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