The problems in Nigeria currently are becoming things of concern for every members of the country. Aside the issue of Insecurity ravaging the country, the other two problems the Government stand to tackle with every available efforts are;
1. The Igbo People trying to break out of Nigeria and stand as a Biafran Nation.
2. The Yoruba people trying to break out of Nigeria and becoming an Independent Oduduwa Nation.
The Government on her own is trying to build and maintain a "One Nigeria". A "One Nigeria" that would see all Nigerians together as one. Despite the fact that many people are having their different opinions on the issue, the Deputy Governor of Kogi State is here to make his contribution and declare his stand.
Chief Dr. Edward Onoja, The Deputy Governor of Kogi came up his own view of the issue on his Facebook page. In a post made by him, he empathized on the need to drop Tribe, Class, Religion and face the reality of being "One Nigeria". According to him, making this happen is very possible if we want as it is all up to us.
This simply shows that he is not in support of the intending breakups. He further speaks in his comment section this:
For me, I would say, Let us stay together as one, as breaking up would affect the Country's Integrity. What do you think?
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