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Bishop David Oyedepo, the presiding bishop of the Living Faith Church Worldwide, has said Nigeria will not breakup in spite of its present challenges.
Former head of state, General Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida, has weighed in on the numerous agitations for secession posing threat to the unity of Nigeria.
John Odigie-Oyegun, the national chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC) has said that Nigeria will not breakup in spite of the recent agitation.
President Buhari, who returned to Nigeria on August 19, 2017 after spending 103 days abroad on medical leave addressed the nation in an early morning broadcast.
If Nigeria needs anything urgently to circumvent the present challenges she is grappling with, it will be a national adhesive call unity. The country must...
Senator Shehu Sani representing Kaduna central constituency has revealed that the recent moves by his party the APC at restructuring Nigeria is actually fake.
Ex-secretary to FG and national chairman of Social Democratic Party (SDP) Chief Olu Falae has said Nigeria cannot afford to continue with its current problems.
Retention of a national political and socio economic culture which emphasises on sharing of national cake as against the baking of national cake, is a factor.
President Muhammadu Buhari government has remained largely silent on report of the 2014 National Conference since he came into power.
Mr. Simon Abah narrates and examines the situation in the country and how each region has contributed to the country’s stunted growth.
Ben Murray Bruce has continued his support for the unity of Nigeria and said that is the only to achieve true change.