- The Acting President has said that Nigeria belongs to all Nigerians
- Yemi Osinbajo urged all those using violent and hate speeches to desist from it
- He said no one Nigeria is more entitled than the other
The Acting President Yemi Osinbajo has warned all individuals and group to desist from violent and hateful speeches.
In a recent video, Osinbajo said it is well understood that there are frustrations and challenges which come with seeking better livelihood.
Osinbajo said: "And while we all dearly preoccupy ourselves with pursuit for the Nigerian dream which is the desire to better our lives and circumstances vigorously and honestly."
It is evident that grievances and frustrations will arise, this is normal.
What is not normal or acceptable is employing these frustrations as justification for indulging in discrimination or hate speech or hateful conduct of any kind or for seeking to undermine by violent or other illegal means, the very existence of the sovereign entity that has brought us together as brothers and sisters and citizens.
Nigeria belongs to all of us, no one person or group is more entitled than the other," Osinbajo said.
NAIJ.com earlier reported that the Acting President said the federal government is aware of the debate on possible restructuring process for Nigeria.
Osinbajo said urged Nigerians to also learn from experience of countries that have sought for separation thereby plunging their nations into crisis.
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He also said the government will make available polices that will tackle some of the issues raised around the call for restructuring of Nigeria.
You can watch the video of the Acting President speaking here:
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