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Ayo Adebanjo: Buhari encourages the Nnamdi Kanus, Sunday Igbohos

Ayo Adebanjo

Leader of Yoruba socio-cultural group, Afenifere, Chief Ayo Adebanjo has said that if Nigeria is not restructured, the country would disintegrate. He also opined that the country’s leader, Muhammadu Buhari is to blame for the emergence of secessionists.

In an interview published Saturday, October 2, he stated that the presidency must come to the South in 2023, insisting that the North cannot always have its way in matters of national discourse.

His remarks come after the Northern governors and traditional rulers stated recently that they are not in full support of the Southern governors who canvassed for rotation of the presidency.

When asked the implication of what the Northern elders said, Adebanjo said;
“It means that they want us to live in Nigeria on their own terms, where they will be the rider and we will the horse, and they want others to be the underdog.” He said to Sunnewsonlime.
” I have said it before and I repeat, most of the Fulani people are not honest, particularly those of Buhari’s school of thought. We are going to resist it and they will see.”

“It is the breakup of the country, that’s all. I have said it severally, either you restructure the country to federalism, where everybody is an equal partner, or it will be ‘to thy tents O Israel’; whereby the country fragments and everyone goes his way to mind his or her business. Who will accept to be an underdog? 
“And that is why Buhari has refused to do anything to change this constitution. I have been telling him, if you are honest, to change this constitution, which was made without the consent of the people. You loaded everything against the South and you want it to continue. 

“When you came in as military ruler, you made your laws, and later, your people made a constitution and changed all the things that our founding fathers agreed to before independence. I have said if that is difficult for you, let’s sit and agree on how to move forward because we can’t continue on the condition you imposed on us.”

” It is the hypocrites’ pressmen and hypocrites Yoruba who pretend not to know what is happening.”

“The North knows what they are doing.