Ace journalist Dele Momodu said that those fanning disunity and secession agenda would have a rethink if the “Buhari/Osinbajo magic” is felt across the country, Daily Post reports
Ovation magazine publisher said this against the backdrop of the bickering all over the country at the moment.
Momodu insisted that Nigeria was better and stronger as a bigger country than as tiny fragments.
He said: “I disagree vehemently with anyone who insists that the only solution to our myriad of problems, and the only way out of our forests of a thousand daemons, is to break up this gigantic entity called Nigeria. I say without any equivocation that they are wrong”.
According to him it appears the present administration has now realised the futility of fighting on all fronts adding that “the recent change of style is thus a welcome development.
“Nigerian leaders virtually abandoned the hapless people of the North East to the territorial control of Boko Haram leaders. If a Commander-in-Chief is afraid to travel and walk freely in any part of a country he leads, why should he expect his troops to risk their own lives?
“The unification exercise embarked upon by the Acting President will pay off ultimately, and this is already palpable. Tension will go down ultimately.”
In a previous report by NAIJ.com the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) Nnamdi Kanu has confirmed that he is the Supreme leader of the group and not for Biafra.
Recently reacting to reports that he has become the supreme leader for the whole Biafra, Kanu said the leader of the defunct Republic of Biafra late Odumegwu Ojukwu remains the Supreme leader of Biafra.
Kanu said: “I am the Supreme leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Ojukwu is (still) the Supreme leader of the whole of Biafra.”