The Aare Onakakanfo of Yorubaland, Chief Gani Adams, on Wednesday asked Nigerians to soak up the exercises of June 12 battle by not abandoning the country’s majority rule government. Adams decided at the recognition of June 12 Democracy Day to pay tribute to Late Chief MKO Abiola, composed by the Oodua Peoples Congress (OPC), in Lagos.
The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the subject of the occasion was: “The Mantra of June 12 and Democratic Consolidation in Nigeria.” Adams said the actualization of June 12 as Democracy day appeared there was the promise for a superior Nigeria. “Boss MKO Abiola kicked the bucket for vote based system to be supported in Nigeria and the June 12 battle has been on for a long time, yet we say thanks to God that our contest finished in triumph.
“One of the exercises of June 12 is that you don’t abandon a course or a battle and I ask Nigerians not leave our big government. “With proceeded with action, our requirements and desires as a people will be met sometime in the future, similarly as June 12 has been in the end proclaimed as Democracy day in Nigeria.
“Nigerians must keep on requesting for the proper administration and social equity. Truth be told, that I’m an Aare Onakakanfo won’t prevent me from battling for the privileges of Nigerians. “This is because I’m an Aare with an inner voice, “he said. He praised President Muhammadu Buhari for perceiving June 12 as Nigeria’s legitimate Democracy day.
He additionally asked him to make a stride further in respecting the memory of MKO Abiola by observing that rebuilding was the exit from the nation’s present difficulties. As per him, if Nigeria is rebuilt, psychological oppression, banditry, hijacking, herders emergency and uncertainty will progress toward becoming history.
Additionally, Dr. Joe Okei-Odumakin, President, Center for Change Initiative, asked the Federal Government to make an after death announcement of MKO Abiola as a past President of Nigeria. Okei-Odumakin said that settling in the goals of June 12 was the best way to worship MKO Abiola appropriately.
“When we have not rebuilt and decentralized powers in Nigeria, when we have not led free and reasonable races when there is the security of lives and property when Nigerians are yet to be removed from poverty. We can’t state we have deified Abiola. “June 12 will never be overlooked in the annals of our majority rule battle, “she said. In his address, Dr. Dele Ashiru, a Political Scientist and Senior Lecturer at the University of Lagos, said that the message of June 12 was about trust in all and destruction of poverty in Nigeria.
“Tragically 26 years after, Nigerians have turned out to be less fortunate, and until Nigerians are removed from neediness, the battle for the actualization of June 12 will proceed inconclusively, “Ashiru said. In his comment, Retired Rear Admiral Ndubuisi Kanu, Chairman of the National Democratic Coalition (NADECO), communicated worry over the present condition of administration in Nigeria, requesting that the nation returns to the act of genuine federalism. “June 12 as Democracy day isn’t just about the festival, yet besides about calm reflection on the need to Install a solid government structure to drive positive vote based system in the nation.