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Friday, 23 October 2015

THE CONTINUOUS EXISTENCE OF NIGERIA NOT ATTAINABLE – EMEKA ANYAOKU

THE CONTINUOUS EXISTENCE OF NIGERIA NOT ATTAINABLE – EMEKA ANYAOKU


Again, the national question returned to the front burner yesterday as former Secretary General of the Commonwealth, Chief Emeka Anyaoku reaffirmed that unless she goes back to regional government, Nigeria may be embarking on an endless, fruitless search for meaningful development and political stability.

Anyaoku who was chairman at the 2015 edition of the Akintola Williams Distinguished Lecture Series held in Lagos , maintained that Nigeria’s quest to attain full potential in national growth and finding a lasting solution to the current secessionist movements bedeviling the country would be possible only if there is a restructuring of the existing basis of the country’s governance, saying a return to regional government is the way forward.

For Anyaoku, the present structure is militating against the fast development of the country.Former Governor of Ekiti State, Dr. Kayode Fayemi who delivered the lecture titled: Leadership factors and good corporate governance: Key to national growth and development, said that a continued deliberate devaluation of the public sector in order to paint the private sector as very critical to building national prosperity will do Nigeria no good.

6 comments

  1. I must say that this is getting out of hand. I'm running out of patient! Let the zoo not undermine what the great Biafrans can do if they do not release our Director as soon as possible! I must commend my fellow Biafrans especially the ones residing outside Biafra land! Even as we keep on peaceful protest here in Biafra land, I would suggest you people should keep on disturbing the various zoo embassies world wide! Let the zoo embassies be shut down for now, and if care is not taken soon we start detaining there ambassadors too! Chukwu Okike Abiama protect my Able, Noble, Fearless, Lovely Director, Nnamdi Kanu. We love you and we promise not to relent until the zoo is destroyed! Thanks

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    1. Nice one, bro.

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    2. Zoo is where animals are kept in cages, pens and barricades for shows and study. Are the Igbos the animals wanting to be free? I ask because the Nigeria I belong to is not a zoo.

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  2. When a top class British made diplomat like Anyaoku, the former Commonwealth Secretary General, makes a statement like this, only a foolish man and a dullard will not understand the implication. He didn't even bother to code the message, it's as explicit as possible. The one thing the terrorist animals who have held Nigeria bondage since Britain handed it to them, the Buharis and his terrorist animals, will never wish to hear is regionalism in Nigeria. The picture is now clearer to everyone outside the zoo (Nigeria) illiterate terrorist leadership that the end is so close. Biafran liberation is here and every Biafran must remain resolute.

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    1. Chief Anyaoku erred in calling for regional government; he should have come clean and declared his allegiance for independent Igbo land - Biafra. He is trying to lead from the back like a coward. What is he afraid of? Will the regions being advocated not be part of Nigeria - "the zoo"? Will the regional arrangement not contain the "terrorist animals" you people want to be free from? What do you people want - Biafra or Eastern region of Nigeria?

      The Igbo man will never learn being blinded by hubris

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  3. Anyoku is part of the British Nigerian establishment. He's also a British trained often mendacious diplomat like they produced them. So, don't expect him any time soon to come out openly and support Biafra. But he has clearly identified Nigeria as being on a very shaky ground and was brave enough to voice it out the most diplomatic way possible. If I knew where you come from in the zoo called Nigeria, I would have told you exactly what you should hear. But just note this, a typical Biafran is never a coward, and hates mediocrity, injustice and slavish mentality, all of which are the hallmarks of most of the other components of the zoo (Nigeria). If that is a source of arrogance or is perceived as arrogance by people like you, it is as justified as it's welcomed.

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