But for somebody, who occupies a responsible office of a governor to be saying those who are talking about restructuring are irresponsible, it is unfortunate.
The newspapers for Monday, June 19, focus on the call by some prominent southern leaders urging the northern youths to withdraw the ultimatum issued to Igbos.
The pan-Yoruba political organization Afenifere, has warned that the recent notice given by the northern youths to Igbos in their region could lead to crisis.
A leader in Afenifere, Femi Okurounmu, has alleged that northerners were already scheming on how they could retain power in case anything happens to Buhari.
Afenifere has urged acting president, Yemi Osinbajo, to commence the process for the implementation of the recommendations of the 2014 National Conference.
Yinka Odumakin, the National publicity secretary of the Afenifere said if Nigeria does restructure itself, it is certain that the Nigeria will break up.
A pan-Yoruba group, Afenifere, has joined a cross section of Nigerians condemning President Muhammadu Buhari’s letter to the Senate on his medical vacation.
For now we have eight prominent Senior Advocates of Nigeria and several lawyers on the legal team and I can tell you that more lawyers are joining the team.
Chief Ayo Adebanjo, a Yoruba statesman and one of the leading voices in the country has blasted Asiwaju Bola Tinubu for the emergence of President Buhari.
Cheif John Nnia Nwoddo said he visited the Afenifere group first because it was the first organization that congratulated him after his appointment.
Yoruba leaders under Afenifere have once again called on President Muhammadu Buhari to make a total restructure of Nigeria in the interest of everyone.
He said, the original culprit of the southern Kaduna killings are not immigrants but the governors already know these and are protecting the original criminals.
The National Publicity Secretary of the organisation, Yinka Odumakin, has frowned at the President’s decision to absolve Lawal of corruption against him.