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Obasanjo rejects Restructuring, says Inclusion is what Matters | WATCH



Former president Olusegun Obasanjo has finally aired his opinions on restructuring in an interview with Channels TV.

The former president said everyone’s idea of restructuring differs, as 6 friends of his have presented him with 6 divergent views.

Obasanjo said what should matter is how a feeling of inclusiveness can be achieved.

He said everyone should have their hands on deck on building a nation that is endowed with several resources.

See the video below:


  1. ThegoodNigerian

    August 26, 2017 at 2:48 pm

    His own view though. We should all have a debate anyway without all this “ex this, ex that” trying to pontificate.. This matter is too important to be left in the hands of people who have had opportunities to provide leadership and direction to our country but failed her woefully. And now they are once again attempting to seize the narrative. In my view, all those who had ‘ruled’ this country before now ought to take several seats in the sun, well outside the arena where any discussions on the future of Nigeria is taking place. You failed us big time. It is your lack of vision and your incompetence that got us where we are today. Obviously, you are too dumb to know this. Please go away…. go and continue enjoying your unmerited pensions and other monies you stole while in office and allow us to sort out the mess you created.

  2. Fence

    August 27, 2017 at 4:38 pm

    Who is fooling who?…. Anyone who truly loves this country would agree that Nigeria as it is cannot and will not work!…. We are too multicultural/diverse a people to still be running a unitary system in the 21st century.

    There is no point fighting corruption when the system encourages it. Thats why the likes of buhari can approve a rail construction from kano to daura that has little to no economic value at the moment before linking up commercial nerves of the country or opening a seaport in the east or south south.

    This is the right time to restructure this country if not then nobody should blame anybody for wanting out. Let everyone have a level playing field, competition would drive development of the country and it would bring the government closer to the people..

  3. Cry the beloved country

    August 28, 2017 at 7:52 am

    These “former leaders” sef. Nigerians are indeed kind and so forgiving (some will say ‘dumb’). Which is why we haven’t as yet rounded all of you up and have you shot for your multitude of sins against the land. Please don’t push it, Aremu.

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