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How Soon Will Nigeria be Restructured?

When we started the ‘Restructure Nigeria’ campaign, people said we were reacting to the loss of GEJ and that we were here to oppose PMB and the APC. We showed them proof that the demand for true federalism preceded the 2015 general election and that many of us actually campaigned for the removal of GEJ.[…]

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#TrueFederalism; Restructure Nigeria to end Marginalization

A lot of ethnic groups (if not all) complain of marginalization in Nigerian politics, both majority and minority ethnic groups. All groups perceive alleged marginalization in two forms; non inclusion of their tribesmen in the politics and absence of government presence in their locality in form of development projects. Some ethnic groups do not feel[…]

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#TrueFederalism; The Minorities, Their Resources and the rest of us

Ndokwa is a minority ethnic nationality in Delta State of Nigeria. Ndokwa is supposed to be one the richest ethnic groups in Nigeria. They have abundant natural resources beneath their soil. Ndokwa has one of the highest reserves of natural gas in Africa. It has in abundance crude oil and natural gas and has contributed[…]

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Welcome to the Skewed Republic of Nigeria

Over the years, Nigeria has pretended to have adopted a federal system of government in which all the basic features of true federalism is absent. The basic feature of a true federal system of government are; decentralization of powers, bottom-top approaches, grassroot economic competition, efficiency and economic viability of the federating units, etc. Under Nigeria’s[…]

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#TrueFiscalFederalism is The Only Solution

I have now come to the firm conclusion that Goodluck Jonathan and the PDP was actually not the problem of Nigeria. And also, President Buhari and the APC are likely not to be the solution to Nigeria’s seemingly endless problems. The problem with Nigeria is the structure of its federalism. The existing federal structure does[…]

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NIGERIA’S FEDERALISM- TO RESTRUCTURE OR NOT TO RESTRUCTURE

NIGERIA’S FEDERALISM- TO RESTRUCTURE OR NOT TO RESTRUCTURE My good friend Obinna Osuagwu strongly believes that corruption, political instability, and other manner of irregularity common in Nigerian politics is as a result of the existing faulty federal structure. For him, as long as we have the present style of federal government with money being shared[…]

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