Blame Nigeria past Leaders for the many Problems-Senator Ike Ekweremadu

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The deputy Senate President, Senator Ike Ekweremadu said, that Nigeria’s leaders over the years should be blamed and held responsible for the nation’s many problems associated with the nation’s diversity.

He faulted the notion that the Nigeria’s diversity was the cause of her internal divisiveness and wrangling, just as he blamed Military incursion into the country’s politics for the seeds of discord and distortion of Nigeria’s federal structure, which he said has now left Nigeria a Federal Republic in name, but a Unitary Republic in practice.

Speaking Firday in Abuja at the first Isawa Elaigwu Foundation Annual Distinguished Lecture themed “Federalism, Diversity, and Nation-Building: Tackling the Challenges of integration in Nigeria, the deputy Senate President who noted that it was sad that decades after Nigeria’s independence and the civil war, “the crisis of identity, ethno-religious squabbles, debilitating nepotism, pampering and promotion of mediocrity, sectional segregation, and other factors that were responsible for the war have persisted”

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