Nwachukwu, Ogbeha seek restructuring, implementation of confab report
Former Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ike Nwachukwu, has declared support for the restructuring of the country insisting that it will engender competition among the various zones.
He also called for the implementation of the report of the 2014 National Conference, stressing that it would bring peace, fairness and justice to every part of the country.
Speaking with journalists at the meeting between the Primate of All Nigeria, (Anglican Communion) and prominent Anglicans yesterday in Abuja, Nwachukwu noted that the report was a product of what over 400 Nigerians from all walks of life came up with after almost five months of serious deliberations.
Those who do not want the report implemented are seeking for Nigerians to vent out their feelings in a manner that will not be good for all.
Also, Senator Tunde Ogbeha said we need to restructure the country to enable everybody have a sense of belonging and also have a nation where resources are justly and equitably distributed.
On his part, Primate of all Nigeria (Anglican Communion), Most Rev. Nicholas Okoh urged government at all levels to ensure proper empowerment of Nigerian youth to secure the nation’s future.
Okoh who decried the high rate of youth unemployment in the country, observed that any church or nation that fails to care for its youths is jeopardizing it’s future.