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  • Allow Buhari to resign if he is not fit any longer, Idada, Owie tells APC
  • BENIN CITY – FORMER Provost Marshal of the
    Nigerian Army and a leader of the Pan Niger
    Delta Forum (PANDEF), Brig.Gen.Idada
    Ikponmwen (Rtd) and former chief whip of the
    senate, Senator Rowland Owie said weekend that
    the prayers of all Nigerians is that President
    Muhammadu gets well soonest so as to fulfill
    his campaign promises but however said that
    the leadership of the ruling party can find
    immediate solution in the event that the
    President becomes incapacitated.
    Idada also said that President Buhari’s led
    administration will not lead this country to
    progress through rhetoric’s but addressing
    those issues that led to the agitation of a
    Biafrian State by Ndigbo and other sections of
    the country that are asking for secession.
    According to him “What I said was that we are
    happy with the news coming in that our
    President is getting better and we are happy
    with that because a lot of things are going on
    wrongly without him and that is that is why
    Nigerians voted him in. If he is recovering it is
    well for Nigeria. But if not I said we must look
    for a solution because the country is too big to
    be left lonely.
    “These are what is causing the agitations,
    agitations come as a result of errors in our
    system. There can be no strong society unless
    there is harmony, justice, fair play, that is the
    only way to douse tension and ensure peace. All
    the constituent parts of the nation must
    experience justice”.
    Gen.Idada who commended the efforts being
    made by Acting President Yemi Osinbajo to
    douse the tension in the country pointed out
    however that “his (Acting President) his sermon
    so far was hinged on the constitutional provision
    which talked about indivisibility and
    indissolubility of the nation. That was the basis
    of his talks so far.
    “But let me also say that it is not what is in the
    constitution that keeps a nation together, what
    keeps nations together is not rhetorics, what
    keeps nations together is what the component
    parts feel about the union, is the union beneficial
    to all of us, are we enjoying it, are we feeling
    part of it? It is on these questions that the issue
    of right to self-determination hinges. The issue
    is what are we doing to make sure that the
    country remains one? Are we addressing those
    things that makes people tends of go away?
    “Here we are a big conflict between the rights to
    self-determination and the desire that the
    country should never be broken. I believe that
    every right thinking Nigerian could see the need
    for the nation to remain as it is, for it to
    progress as one united entity but at the same
    time we must realize that it is not a matter of
    rhetorics, it is an issue that must be decided on
    how good we feel under this union.
    “I was in Vision 2010, we agreed that Nigeria
    needs to be restructured. The conference before
    that one during Obasanjo’s regime also agreed
    that the country should be restructured.
    Decentralization of power, the issue of each
    state or region haven its own police. But
    unfortunately none of the governments in power
    has the political will to take the right decision.
    “I believe there is so much to gain from our
    unity in diversity but only if it works good for
    every component part of the country else
    agitations will continue” he stated.
    On his part, Senator Owie asserted that “as a
    man who has seen it all in the politics of Nigeria
    I pray for President Buhari to recover quickly
    because people are suffering and dieing for
    hunger. Osinbanjo has his limits and there is
    nothing like a President with full powers. But in
    the event that he can no longer carry on, the
    President can resign because APC will still be in
    power with Osinbanjo.
    “Health is more important, it is sad we found
    ourselves in this situation but we cannot
    question God. All I am saying is that people
    should not push the President too far, if he is
    not able to function properly let his Vice take
    over and we move on. He will still be alive like
    Pope John Paul 11 did. So this is not politics
    but reality”.

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