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Key Things Nigerians Need To Note After FG Said Divided Nigeria Will Not Survive

According to a publication by the guardian, while receiving an award on behalf of Mr. Boss Mustapha the SGF, Adejo, said that a divided Nigeria cannot survive and prosper.

The statement which was made in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Abuja on Saturday by Mr. Andrew Adejo, who is the Permanent Secretary, Political and Economic Affairs in the Office of the Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), stressed that Nigeria as a country is good the way it is.

Furthermore, Mr. Andrew Adejo, went ahead to stress that the clamor for the division in Nigeria is not realistic. He also said the fact that Nigeria is still together, despite all the clamor for a break up is a sign of development. 

Underscoring this at every given opportunity, Nigerians need to understand that the federal government sees this achievement as a win.

Key things Nigerians need to note after FG said divided Nigeria will not survive

Nigerians need to understand that Nigeria’s division is not workable, because when we look across the country there are intermarriages. Unity, Nigerians should understand involves both government and people. After all, our cultures are the same because we are one.

While the government needs to do more to convince the people, that it has their interests at heart Nigerians should understand that across the states they have established businesses that are putting money into the pockets and food on their tables a divided Nigeria means businesses will have to start afresh.

Advice to the federal government is that they should create jobs for brilliant people who have been trained and tutored but have developed skills in the negative direction. 

The private sector should also do their part and stop being too dependent on the government, they should understand that they drive growth in any growing economy. Government should also enhance public-private partnerships.

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