Author: Aanu Adegun Updated:  – Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu says Nigeria needs true federalism – He says Nigerians must as questions whay the country is underdeveloped despite being rich in oi – He also claimed that Nigeria’s politics has been directed to wrong things Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, national leader of the ruling party, All Progressive Congress has on Tuesday called for true federalism in country. The leader made this call at the 91st Anniversary of Daily Times and Times heroes awards held at International Conference Centre, Abuja. READ ALSO: Blood bath in Ijebu Ode as Imam, wife, 4 children assassinated According to Tinubu, who was represented by the Governor of Osun state, Rauf Aregbesola, Nigerians must ask questions why the country is underdeveloped despite being rich in oil. Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu says Nigeria needs true federalism Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu says Nigeria needs true federalism ‘‘We must break away from the euthanasia that characterized our major national problems. We need to sum up love of our fellow Nigerians. Such sympathies will compel us to embrace ideas to forge a strong economic and political growth for all Nigerians. ‘‘We must have the boldness to embark on hard work, progressive reforms for material reality. The past calls for present and future planning. Where we stand today as a nation is the child of what we did or failed to do in the past. If we have to build towards a better future, we must do an accurate recounting of that past. ‘‘We must ask what type of Nigeria will Nigeria be ten years to come, if we must give a good reply to that?, we must begin to prepare today, we must speak out on what we must do as Nigerians to construct a better future and life for all. Our successes and failures belong to all of us. ‘‘This is not the time or place to apportion blames instead a time for retrospection and problem solving. If we refuse to cure the wound when the pain is very less painful, due to selfishness and greed on how to resolve our common problem, we will pay dearly for it.
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