Muhammadu Buhari on Monday in Paris, France, has told Nigerians outside the shores of the country that ‘there are too many people talking lazily about restructuring’ and that they will not participate in the 2019 general elections.
Buhari, who spoke during the interactive session with the Nigerian community, made up of Nigerian Diaspora Organization (NIDO), All Progressives Congress (APC) members in France, students and friends of Nigeria, asked the President questions ranging from restructuring, security, anti-corruption, education and opportunity for Nigerians in diaspora to vote in 2019 general elections.
The President said; “There are too many people talking lazily about restructuring in Nigeria. Unfortunately, people are not asking them individually what do they mean by restructuring? What form do they want restructuring to take?
“Do they want us to have something like the three regions we used to have? And now we have 36 states and the FCT. What form do they want?
They are just talking loosely about restructuring. “Let them define it and then we see how we can peacefully do it in the interest of Nigerians.
“They are just saying they want Nigeria restructured and they don’t have the clue of what the form the restructuring should be. “So, anybody who talks to you about restructuring in Nigeria, ask him what he means and the form he wants it to take,” he stated.
Culled from Vanguard