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Recession: Nigeria collapsing – Afenifere

The pan-European social and political group, Avnever, as soon as once more sounded the alarm that Nigeria was on the verge of imminent collapse.

The group said this throughout a Nationwide Management Meeting assembly held on the house of its chief, Pa Robin Fasurante, in Akure, capital of Ondo State.

Based on Avneveri in a press release issued on the finish of the assembly, the nation has grow to be nearly ungovernable and except it’s restructured and re-federated, it would collapse. ] Whereas writing the assertion, the group's nationwide propagandist, Yinka Odumakin, stated, “As Nigeria enters its worst recession in 33 years and the second in 5 years from President Muhammadu Buhari, we’re additionally besieged by the related poverty / with the worsening insecurity throughout the earth with the abductors. Armed robbers and bandits are wandering round and the federal government is powerless and unable to control successfully.

“Nobody ought to take this nation on any youngster driving a dish, we must always solely implement the 2014 convention report now

whereas President Buhari is accused of placing his kinfolk from the north. Above different Nigerians, Avnever known as for the fast conquest of the Simi borders and different borders throughout the southern elements of the nation

“The assembly condemned the Bukhari authorities's place on a canine that nurses their younger and kills different animals for lunch in line with the Border Administration. Now towards our folks and lately opened to be used in Dangote and BUA, Nigeria is constructing a railway and N30b freeway to attach with Fulanis within the Republic of Niger managed by Fulanis Nigeria has a cultural affinity.

"We We reject this apartheid coverage and demand that SEME and different southern borders reopen now!

Through the assembly, the group additionally expressed dissatisfaction with the best way the marketing campaign to finish SARS has been dealt with. By the federal government.

Afenifere, who additionally praised the UK Parliament for the daring debate over ending SARS, asserted that the choice to punish senior officers in "a supposed democratic authorities in Nigeria appearing like a junta" is a welcome growth.