President Muhammadu Buhari has been advised by the Oodua People’s Congress, OPC, to review the Resolutions in the 2014 National Conference paper before stepping down from office.
“Resolutions contained in the 2014 National Conference paper must be examined and implemented by President Muhammadu Buhari before he turns over power,” the group stated in a statement by its general secretary, Bunmi Fasehun.
The only way to stop the clamour for the dissolution of Nigeria is to do that. Nigeria will continue to lurch from crisis to crisis if coexistence is not negotiated and agreed upon.
It added, “The government must expedite action to secure the release of other citizens in captivity, using the template that worked in releasing the kidnapped Abuja-Kaduna train passengers.
“Granting licences to governors would be no replacement for State Police and Restructuring, which would be the truest reflection of True Federalism as enshrined in Nigeria’s Independence statutes.
“OPC Founder, the late Dr. Frederick Fasehun, and others spent several years clamouring for a Sovereign National Conference, which President Goodluck Jonathan partly granted”.