– Amid the myriad of challenges Nigeria is facing, some Nigerian leaders have called a crucial meeting
– Former President Obasanjo and former military leader Abdulsalami Abubakar are expected at the meeting
– Important issues such as national unity and security will be discussed at the meeting scheduled for Thursday June 10th
FCT, Abuja – A group of Nigerian statesmen mark the interfaith initiatives for peace have called a meeting to discuss “urgent problems” in the country.
According to The Cable , the group is jointly led by the former president Olusegun Obasanjo, Sa’ad Abubakar, Sultan of Sokoto; Abdulsalami Abubakar, former head of state, and John Onaiyekan, former Catholic Archbishop of Abuja.
Issues such as national unity, security, peace, integration, economic recovery and the will to develop according to the Sahara Reporters to be discussed at the meeting.
It was noted that the President of the Nigeria Labor Congress (NLC), Ayuba Wabba, was one of the parties involved too were invited to the meeting.
Nigeria is currently oozing bitterness – Obasanjo
According to him, the country is destined to be a country that flows with milk and honey, but bad leadership has made it unattainable.
He announced this on Thursday June 3rd when he was reading a book at the Olusegun called “The Man , the General and President “was presented by Femmy Carrena to the Obasanjo Presidential Library in Abeokuta, the capital of the state of Ogu n.
Nigeria must not split
In another report, Obasanjo condemned the calls made by some ethnic supporters to dissolve the country.
The former president described those calling for Nigeria’s dissolution as careless and insensitive to the plight of minorities in the country, a statement issued on Wednesday 5th Legit.ng by his media advisor Kehinde Akinyemi specified.