No Alternative to a Restructured Nigeria.

By DAN AMOR It is a commonplace to say that in the last period of 53 years when the military banished the practice of true federalism in Nigeria, our understanding of the barenness of our forced union has been profoundly modified. Our speculations now extend to embrace the infinite; and, whether we are aware of it or not, our daily life has taken its tone and colour from this tremendous realization in our outlook. We have only to open our eyes to the reality on ground to echo in our…

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