There has been much talks about the need for restructuring of the Nigerian constitution. For many, most of the challenges Nigeria is being faced with today is a result of the 1999 constitution that is still in use till date.
Reacting to this, Prominent Nigerian Pastor and General Overseer of House on The Rock, Paul Adefarasin has lend his voice on the call to restructure the country's constitution to favour the Nigerian people, saying that this should be done before the next administration comes on board.
He mentioned also that Nigeria is built on bad foundation, little wander why Nigerians who travel out of the country are excelling abroad. Adefarasin who disclosed this while addressing his members on video said that Nigeria's problem is not Nigerians but Nigeria as a country.
He added that the foundation upon which Nigeria was formed is faulty and that the only way out is to go back to the foundation and fix it.
Adefarasin is among many Nigerians who feels that the current constitution needs some kind of reformation.
His call for a constitution that focuses on the good of the Nigerian people is a good one and I think if this can be done before the 2023 presidential election, it could positively influence the outcome of the election and birth a much better Nigeria where there is fairly and conducive environment for all to strive.
CREDIT: Naija News
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