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“The Unity of Nigeria is not negotiable” – David Mark



Former Senate President, Senator David Mark insists that Nigeria is indivisible no matter what, stressing that “the unity of Nigeria is not negotiable”.

According to Daily Times, he said this while leading members of the Nigeria Defence Academy (NDA) 3rd Regular Course Alumni Association on a courtesy visit to the Kaduna State Acting governor, Alhaji Aminu Shagali, in Kaduna today to mark the Golden Jubilee ( 50 years) of their entry into the NDA. In his words:

Those who are agitating for otherwise are missing the point. Nigeria has crossed many crucibles . We cannot reverse ourselves. The only option is to move on in a manner that is progressive, peaceful and united. We may have our disagreements. But a break up is not an option. We can resolve our differences through meaningful dialogue and genuine conversation. There is no use heating up the polity.



  1. Wale Vintage

    September 23, 2017 at 4:18 am

    Yep, ‘cos there is no unity.

  2. Benjamin Emenike David

    September 23, 2017 at 8:28 am

    Reality denied comes back to haunt. Reality is that liegeria is not working.The faulty lines are so glaring, that denying it makes one a buffoon.

    Liegeria is a broken nation. From healthcare to education.They system is rotten. The clock cannot be turned back to the good old days. Particularly when the evil British ran the show. They set the nation up for their personal interst. Now mismanagement,ethno-religious crisis. The quest to really Islamize (putting liegeria as an observer in IOC,inserting Arabic in both our currency and military and the current Saudi alliance) our country, corruption and western interest means that fixing the union is not possible. No matter how you see it. There is no hope in sight. Currently with APC and their goons. It’s total darkness. The most pathetic person in the world is some one who has sight but no vision. If we have vision, we can separate the sheep from the goat. We must discuss the state of our union. The unity of liegeria is negotiable. We must discuss it and go our separate ways peacefully. It’s freedom that is non negotiable. Freedom is sacrosanct. We can use dialogue and consultations to go our separate ways in peace. We ruin each other by being together. We destroyed each other’s dreams by been a country. Every region can be creative and survive if we go our separate ways in peace. If we do not start now. In 50 years from now. Our children will be battling the same demons of failure. Wentin i sabi:- BED.

  3. Diamond

    September 23, 2017 at 11:09 am

    So this bench warming senator still talks? People like this man that speaks selfishly through his anus when it’s to his advantage, should not lead us if Nigeria was a working country. Oga Biafra abandoned properties and telephone is not for the poor.

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