From what Joe revealed concerning Kola Abiola's statement, Kola seem not to be happy with the way most people sees the country. The rate at which people are giving up on the country is getting high, even though the government are doing their best to revive people's hope.
Here what he said, "People must be held accountable for their actions. You cannot be inciting and calling for disintegration of Nigeria without consequences", he said.
Here is a screenshot;
For people who did not know, Joe Igbokwe is a chieftain for a popular Political Party, All Progressive Congressive (APC). Kola on the other hand is the current chairman of a popular company in Nigeria, Crittall-Hope Nigeria Ltd.
I think what Kola allegedly said is right, most people seem to have lose hope in the country. Some are even fond of saying negative words about the country, and that sometimes urge other people to change their perspective.
So there should be consequences for those who are wishing for the downfall of the country.
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