A former member of the house of representatives Usman Bugaje has revealed what could happen to Nigeria if we break up. The former rep made this known at an Islamic event in Lagos where Muslims students were testing their Quranic recitation prowess.
Dr Usman Bugaje
There are different groups that are seccesionist groups that are demanding the separation of Nigeria, groups like IPOB and another group that wants the establishment of Oduduwa Republic. These groups are agitating for the break up of this country instead of joining hands to make Nigeria a better place.
Usman Bugaje explains that “there are a lot of things that are wrong in Nigeria; environmental issues and distribution of wealth. The idea of separation should not be for us. It is by coming together that we can be able to deliver on our mandate".
The former lawmaker reveals that if Nigeria should break up, it would worsen the situation of things. He urged Nigerians to set aside their differences and work together for the progress of the country.
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