It’s not the best of times for Nigeria’s unity and it takes no gimmick to understand this. The country is completely polarized, and the Buhari administration is not doing enough to improve the mood in the country
The Buhari administration has been accused of acting as though the country is under military rule. There’s also the policy aspect that clearly shows the Buhari administration is not in tune with the yearnings of the masses.
Protests are already being held as a sign that Nigerians are beginning take their fates into their own hands. And should the Buhari administration fail to listen to the voices of the masses, Fani Kayode says Nigeria may end up splitting into two or more pieces.
The things that I am hearing about @MBuhari's plans leaves me with only one conclusion: by the time this dance is over Nigeria is likely to have broken into between two to five pieces.
Thanks to our President, a few years from now we may not have a Nigeria left!
— Femi Fani-Kayode (@realFFK) August 16, 2019
He says, the things that I am hearing about Buhari’s plans leaves me with only one conclusion: by the time this dance is over Nigeria is likely to have broken into between two to five pieces.
He then concluded his tweet by saying, “Thanks to our President, a few years from now we may not have a Nigeria left!”
Whether or not Fani Kayode is exaggerating remains to be seen, but the current state of the nation seem to be pointing toward what the elites especially from the north, have been fighting very hard to avoid. And that is the eventual disintegration of the country.