…Without restructuring, I will openly pitch my tent with Biafran or other agitators
The Special Adviser on Education to the governor of Delta State, Professor Patrick Muoboughare has censured Nigeria Senate over voting out devolution of powers.
Prof. Muoboughare who was former Education Commissioner in Delta State expressed this in a platform with journalists that lower chamber (House of reps) have shown a more prominent comprehension than the upper chamber (Senate).
The two times Chairman of Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) Delta State University Abraka said restructuring is the main contrasting option to the present crisis in the nation.
“On the ammendment, I must say that the Senators dealt a severe blow on restructuring by voting out devolution of powers. The members of the House of Reps have demonstrated a greater understanding of their constituents than the Senators. But it is not over until it is over”.
“Restructuring is a condition precedent to Nigeria continuing to exist”.
When asked what would be hope of common Nigerian after restructuring, Prof. Muoboughare said it’s hope for all.
“It is not the issue of hope; it has to do with doing the correct thing. Even at that, there is hope for a better life if every federating unit harnesses it’s resources and pays tax to the centre”.
Asked his position if National Assembly fail to consider devolution of powers bill, Prof. Muoboughare said he will pitch his tent with Biafran or other agitators.