It’s ironic that restructuring Nigeria is often spearheaded by those in Diaspora
In a recent interview with the Punch, Femi Falana was asked if Nnamdi Kanu’s life was in danger in Nigeria, to which he replied;
“For sure. When armed soldiers invaded Odi in Bayelsa State or Zaki Biam in Benue State, they killed scores of people. Everybody’s life in Nigeria is in danger. Nigerians are shot dead in their homes by armed robbers or on the roads by soldiers or policemen or by armed herdsmen on their farms. So, it is a risky business to survive in Nigeria. Even President Muhammadu Buhari had to be flown to Britain for medical attention because his life was in danger here. So, nobody is safe in our country”
He also ridiculed Nnamdi Kanu who despite possessing a British passport, was trying to break up Nigeria along ethnic line.
Here is the bottom line:
Nigeria need change, and secondly, it doesn’t matter where the change originate from, as long as it makes things better.
After all between our so called civil servants patronizing abroad for safety (medical care), and Nigerians in diaspora trying to restructure the savaged country, which is more ironic?