Senator Jajere Says Restructuring Won’t End Perceived Inequality

Senator Jajere Says Restructuring Won’t End Perceived Inequality

Chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Yobe state, Sen. Alkali Jajere, believes restructuring will not end complain by some ethnic groups of being marginalised.

The call for Nigeria’s restructuring has been so popular among politicians across the country especially from those in Southern Nigeria.

However, Jajere, who represented Yobe South Senatorial District between 2011 and 2015, said what the country required was good leadership that would ensure justice and fairness to all.

The former senator described the calls for the restructuring of Nigeria as mere political slogan by politicians seeking relevance ahead of the 2019 election.

Nigeria operates democratic system of government with all parts of the country represented in the National Assembly.

Therefore, if anyone has any issue with Nigeria, he should submit it to his representative to be decided on the floors of the assembly.

Threats of secession or restructuring would not solve the cry of marginalisation by the various ethnic groups in the country.

According to him, there are still cries over inequality today in states predominantly occupied by a single ethnic or religious groups.

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