Lai Mohammed, minister of information and culture, says it is in the best interest of Nigerian elites for the country to remain united. Mohammed stated this on Wednesday when he featured on a NAN flagship interview programme, NAN Forum. The minister accused elites of fanning the embers of disintegration in the country, and warned that they will bear the greater consequences if Nigeria breaks up.
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It's actually the way this government talks, that made insecurity worst in Nigeria. They lack a lot as a government to address Nigeria issues, instead they are increasing the anger with the way they talk. Is just a shame where we are as a country.
Lai has nothing meaningful to say! How much does Nigeria offer a Professor, if he is underemployed and better paid what is that to you. Treat Nigerians well, stop banditry, Bokoharam and killer herdsmen you No grey, No one wants to live in fear forever.
But Professors are presently busy rigging elections for politicians who have controversial secondary school certificates. What could be worse?
At least they won’t kidnapped by Bandits, killed by BH, hit by very high inflation, harassed by Nigeria Police, talking about secession, etc
They will always talk about what may happen, not what is really happening or has already happened. It's a subtle emotional blackmail.
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