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There May Be No Nigeria Come 2023 – Rev Ehusani

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A theologian and social commentator, Rev. FR George Ehusani has said that Nigeria may seized existing as a nation by 2023.

Rev. Ehusani disclosed this on Channels TV’s Hard Copy program on Friday night.

He insisted that if the intense insecurity does not end before the next general election the country will split and all regions will part their way.

Speaking on the calls to give amnesty to bandits, the theologian said because Nigeria is running a federal system of government, states are free to negotiate and pay ransom to bandits from their own resources but the FG must never try it.

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He maintained that FG which is in control of all security agencies need to use them to protect life and prosperities of Nigerians.

“Because of the distrust in the country’s security which led to the formation of Western Region Security Network otherwise known as Amotekun made Sunday Igboho to be celebrated widely” he said.

According to the reverend father, “I did not elect a president that will be praying for success rather a president that takes actions because I will always pray for the country.

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“I expect a matching order from my president to end banditry, kidnapping and killings.”

He therefore, urged politicians to stop playing politics with life of citizens.

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Hammed Tajudeen is the editor in-chief of Blaze News, holds Higher National Diploma(HND) in Mass Communication, graduated from Osun State Polytechnic, Iree.

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