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There will be no Nigeria in 2023 if Buhari refuses to retrace his steps- Former Minister

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A chieftain of the Peoples Democratic Party and ex-Aviation Minister, Femi Fani-Kayode, has afvised President Buhari to retrace his steps, warning that if he doesn’t, there will be no Nigeria by 2023

The serial critic of Buhari’s government made this known in a statement released via his Facebook account.

According to him, in Nigeria we are no longer our brothers’ keeper, adding that love, kindness and charity to our neighbours and to one another have become scarce commodities.

He also said that Nigeria has disintegrated under the leadership of Buhari.

”In 2015 I said Buhari WOULD divide Nigeria, you didn’t believe me.

”In 2017 I said Buhari HAD divided Nigeria, you didn’t believe me.

”In 2019 I said Buhari had pushed Nigeria to the BRINK of disintegration, you didn’t believe me.

”Today I say unless Buhari retraces his steps and we build bridges between ourselves, there will be no Nigeria left by 2023, you do not believe me.

”At every point over the last 5 years my words have proved to be prophetic, I have been proved right and I have been vindicated.

”Those that doubt my admonitions, counsel and words do so at their own peril and frankly it takes NOTHING from me one way or the other.

“It is the message that matters and not what you think of the messenger.

”The bitter truth is that the greatest catalyst for the disintegration of Nigeria and the most useful and prized gift to those that believe Nigeria ought to break up into pieces is Muhammadu Buhari.

“He has served their purpose very well because he has not only totally divided Nigeria and destroyed our country’s sense of national cohesion and unity but he has also butchered her, hacked her into pieces and buried her in many different locations!

”A precious egg called Nigeria was placed into his hands in 2015 but he has crushed its shell, broken its spirit and destroyed its soul.

”Today you see hundreds of thousands of sons and daughters of the South West proudly marching and demonstrating in the streets of the capitals of many of the western powers demanding for the right of self-determination and the establishment of the sovereign and independent state of Oduduwa