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VP Osinbajo Fires Back At Atiku Over Restructuring Of Nigeria Debate

Wednesday, 5 September 2018

Speaking at a town hall meeting in Minnesota, the United States of America, Nigerian Vice president, Osinbajo had said the problem of Nigeria was not geographical restructuring but prudent management of national resources.

The Vice President had also noted that the prudent management of the nation’s resources and the provision of essential needs of the people were better ways of addressing Nigeria’s development challenges.

“Problem with our country is not a matter of restructuring…and we must not allow ourselves to be drawn into the argument that our problems stem from some geographical restructuring,” he had said.

But Abubakar on Saturday faulted the stance of his successor, stressing that the current Vice President got it wrong on restructuring.

In an open letter he personally signed and sent to DAILY POST, Osinbajo insisted that restructuring in “whatever shape or form, will not mean much if our political leaders see public resources as an extension of their bank accounts.”Speaking at a town hall meeting in Minnesota, the United States of America, Osinbajo had said the problem of Nigeria was not geographical restructuring but prudent management of national resources.

The Vice President had also noted that the prudent management of the nation’s resources and the provision of essential needs of the people were better ways of addressing Nigeria’s development challenges.

“Problem with our country is not a matter of restructuring…and we must not allow ourselves to be drawn into the argument that our problems stem from some geographical restructuring,” he had said.

But Abubakar on Saturday faulted the stance of his successor, stressing that the current Vice President got it wrong on restructuring.

In an open letter he personally signed and sent to DAILY POST, Osinbajo insisted that restructuring in “whatever shape or form, will not mean much if our political leaders see public resources as an extension of their bank accounts.”

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