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Sunday, 27 September 2015

Is Nigeria One?

Is Nigeria One?

“The North and the South are like oil and water, they will never mix.” - Lord Lugard
“The Southern people who are swamping into this region daily in such large numbers are really intruders; we don’t want them and they are not welcome here in the North. Since 1914, the British Government has been trying to make Nigeria into one country.
But the people are different in every way, including religion, custom, language and aspirations… we in the North take it that Nigeria unity is only a British intention for the country they created. IT IS NOT FOR US”.

- Alhaji Sir Abubakar Tafawa Balewa

“Nigeria is only a geographical expression to which life was given by the diabolical amalgamation of 1914, that amalgamation will EVER remain the most painful injury a British Government inflicted on Southern Nigeria”.

- Chief Jeremiah Obafemi Awolowo

“The new nation called Nigeria should be an estate from our great grandfather, Othman Dan Fodio. We must ruthlessly prevent a change of power. We must use the minorities in the North as willing tools, and the south as conquered territories and never allow them to have control of their future.”
- Alhaji Sir Ahmadu Bello

“Suffice it to say that putting all considerations to the test, political, economic as well as social, the basis of unity is not there.”

- General Yakubu Gowon

“If anything at all, these acts of mayhem are sad reminders of the events which plunged our country into 30 months of an unfortunate civil war. As a nation, we are yet to come to terms with the level of human suffering, destruction and displacement, including that of our children to far-away countries, occasioned by those dark days. In recent years, we have also witnessed other acts of intolerance, violence and destruction of human life perpetrated by unpatriotic elements for no justifiable reason. Indeed, the nation still bears some of the scars of other similar events like the aftermath of the June 12 1993 elections that brought our polity to the brink. It is inconceivable therefore, that there are some in our midst who seek to re-enact a stalemate in the political process. My fellow countrymen and women, ENOUGH IS ENOUGH.”

- Goodluck Ebele Azikiwe Jonathan

One Nigeria is a white elephant project that can never be actualized!!!

1 comment

  1. I want to use this opportunity to tell all that it may concern,to wake up to reality and stop living in delusion. Nigeria is a delusion nothing can be done to make it work.have we not suffered enough why has the government refused to see the pain of the Masses and get the bull by the horn. All the things past leaders said should be an example to any body who chooses to save the people.



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