Ex-President, Olusegun Obasanjo has pledged to keep fighting for Nigeria’s unity until he dies.
He said this yesterday at the first memorial lecture of the founder of Oodua People’s Congress, Dr. Fredrick Fasehun in Lagos.
According to him, he is fighting wholeheartedly to ensure his children and race are not second class citizens in the future.
He added that it is sad to see that Boko Haram has waxed stronger in our country for 12 years.
His words, “If Boko Haram can get external support, any group that decided to go will get support from within and outside. So we must address the issue now. The language we are using to address ourselves across the region now is uncouth and it must not continue.”
“When I was elected President the agitation was true federalism but now it is restructuring.
“If we don’t address it they may go from restructuring to self-determination and this will become a more serious problem.