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N-Delta educationist Tony faults Afe Babalola for calling for interim govt

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By Anita Godfrey

Niger Delta educationist, Mr Tony Dauyibo has disagreed with the founder of Babalola University, Prof. Afe Babalola for calling for interim Government in Nigeria.

This was contained in a press statement signed by himself which was forwarded to Congress correspondent in Warri Delta state on Wednesday.

Tony, in a statement which was titled:”THE YORUBA AGENDA FOR 2023 GENERAL ELECTIONS”, said, the Prof. Afe Babalola’s proposal for Interim Government and True Federalism is a scheme of Yoruba leaders to delay the general elections, because the presidential elections may not favour the West, adding that the call was to buy time to better prepare for future elections.

According to Tony, the proposal for Interim Government isn’t enough to bring instant solution to the country’s security challenges, stressing that interim Government would bring chaos to the country because of the manner in which the leadership would be selected.

He added: “Attempting to answer these questions will reveal how catastrophic the process of setting up Interim Government would be: (1) who will preside over the process of selection?, (2) from what geo-political zone do we pick the leader?, (3) who is the best Nigerian to head the Interim Government at this time? (4) what does the constitution say about Interim Government?

“Afe Babalola also proposed True Federalism. True Federalism means all the states of the federation will control their resources. By extension, all the international oil companies will relocate from Lagos State to have their headquarters in their host states.

“Ask yourself, who benefits most in the Nigeria’s oil industry? Doubtlessly, the Yorubas will be the least Nigerian tribe to support true federalism.

“The people of South-west geo-political zone of Nigeria do pride themselves of being the most peaceful zone in the country. Why are they becoming very very patriotic at this time?

Read the full statement:

THE YORUBA AGENDA FOR 2023 GENERAL ELECTIONS

This Yoruba people think they know how to brainwash Nigerians to divert their attention from the reality.

Now that it’s becoming obvious that the 2023 presidential elections won’t favour neither Tinubu nor Osinbajo ( the main contenders from the South-west), Yoruba leaders have known that there’s insecurity in Nigeria.

Afe Babalola’s proposal for Interim Government and True Federalism is a scheme of Yoruba leaders to delay the general elections, because of the presidential elections, and buy time to better prepare for future elections.

The proposal for Interim Government isn’t enough to bring instant solution to the country’s security challenges. Rather it’ll bring chaos to the country because of the manner in which the leadership would be selected.

Attempting to answer these questions will reveal how catastrophic the process of setting up Interim Government would be: (1) who will preside over the process of selection?; (2) from what geo-political zone do we pick the leader? (3) who’s the best Nigerian to head the Interim Government at this time? (4) what does the constitution say about Interim Government?

Afe Babalola also proposed True Federalism. True Federalism means all the states of the federation will control their resources. By extension, all the international oil companies will relocate from Lagos State to have their headquarters in their host states.

Ask yourself, who benefits most in the Nigeria’s oil industry? Doubtlessly, the Yorubas will be the least Nigerian tribe to support true federalism.

The people of South-west geo-political zone of Nigeria do pride themselves of being the most peaceful zone in the country. Why are they becoming very very patriotic at this time?

Recently, Pastor Adeboye just knew that there are insecurity and corruption in the country and even doubted the possibility of the 2023 general elections to hold. Shockingly, the Redeemed Christian Church of God just formed a POLITICAL WING to covertly canvass support for Vice President Yemi Osinbajo’s presidential ambition.

Few months ago, Pastor William Folorunso Kumuyi vehemently opposed Bishop Matthew Hasan Kukah and Gov. Samuel Ortom for criticizing President Buhari’s government of insecurity. Pastor Kumuyi was instantly invited to Aso Rock and honoured for telling the “truth”.

Now that Pastor Adeboye has criticised President Buhari’s government of the same insecurity, why is Pastor Kumuyi mute? That means he tacitly endorses Pastor Adeboye’s stance against the present government. This is the unfolding of the YORUBA AGENDA to actualize the Yoruba dream of 2023 presidential election.

In another scene of the script of the YORUBA AGENDA, expect the roles of Wole Soyinka, Ganiyu Adams and other prominent Yoruba leaders to unveil.

Kitua Dauyebo Anthony writes from Ayakoromo Town, Burutu LGA, Delta State.