Ilorin — A former Nationwide Vice President of the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), Comrade Issa Aremu, has stated the decision by governors from the southern a part of the nation for one more nationwide summit is diversionary.
He expressed pessimism that if convened, the nationwide confab would find yourself attaining no fruitful outcomes however mere debates.
Aremu made the statement throughout a programme organised by the Kwara State chapter of the Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ) in honour of his late spouse, Hamdalat.
He stated it was worrisome that among the governors calling for restructuring didn’t even implement native authorities, judiciary, or state meeting autonomy of their states and described it as hypocritical.
“Many conferences had interpreted Nigeria’s issues; the extra summit is one too many, wasteful and diversionary. It is time to stroll all of the talks.
“Governors ought to collaborate throughout areas and events, not divisive regional platform and provoke Marshall Plan of financial renaissance to elevate 100 million out of poverty as envisaged by President Buhari to get youths off crimes,” he stated.
Aremu attributed the present safety challenges within the nation to “a legacy of non-inclusive governance.”