You must make Nigeria work, Group tells Nigeria youths
By Jon Egie
President of the Foundation for Integration in Nigeria (a socio-political group), Comrade John Adie has stressed that Nigeria belongs to all Nigeria youths and hence called on Nigeria youths to make sure Nigeria works by avoiding all divisive tendencies by politicians to split the country.
Comrade Adie made the call in an interview during which he identified the PDP as the problem of Nigeria saying “PDP caused the instability in the country today”.
According to him, the group which comprises of members from all parts of the country is geared to promoting the integration of the various ethnic and religious groups in Nigeria, assist and complement government’s efforts at the grassroots level, promote peace and unity in Nigeria and change the political landscape to the benefit of the masses.
The leadership of the group include: Comrade John Adie (President), Mallam Isyaku Gar’ba (Vice President), Abulwahab Abdulkadir (Secretary), Ibrahim Mustapha (North East Coordinator), Alhaji Momoh Emeje (North Central Coordinator), Abokis Dooshima (Treasurer), Maj.T.A.Musa (rtd) (North West Coordinator) and Engr Raphael Peremen Fuludu (South-South Coordinator).
He said the composition of the group with members from all parts of the country is aimed at finding a way out of the woods Nigeria has found itself, to reuniting and reintegrating the nation into one political entity where every one would feel at home any where any time.
He informed that the group recently met some traditional rulers in the North and in the course of discussion found out that the Boko Haram menace is actually political. “It is a political creation and late Gen. Owoye Azazi was very correct. We also found out that the Boko Haram issue can be sttled if the FG wants to settle, they can stop it if they want to stop it because only the government has the ability to destroy this killing machine.”
Speaking on 2015, political year, Comrade John Adie advised President Jonathan to concentrate on governance and stop heating up the polity by the presence of his campaign posters, because, his performance will decide his fate for re-election in 2015.
As part of its national integration challenges, the group recently paid official visits to some traditional rulers in Delta State namely: the Ovie of Ughelli kingdom, the Okobaro of Ughievwen kingdom and the Pere of Mein Kingdon, Kiagbodo where the group donated some relief material to victims of the past flood and the gospel of reintegration of Nigeria was preached.