CONVENER of the Save Nigeria Group (SNG), Pastor Tunde Bakare, has warned that if Nigeria does not talk before the next general elections, the country might cease to exist.
Pastor Bakare who is also the General Overseer of the Latter Rain Assembly, gave this remark at the recent launch and maiden lecture of the Centre for Change in Lagos, where he noted that Nigeria should be a model for not only Africa but the black race as a whole.
He remarked that “Nigerians have wept and prayed, marched and protested, the time has now come for us to take our destiny in our hand and we must get set to rebuild and reconstruct from region to region.”
The former Vice Presidential aspirant, who noted that the amalgamation of the country was never a mistake and that emphasis should be placed on things that unite the country rather than those things that divide it, said “that is why we must all reason together when we have the chance to talk.”
Bakare also berated those he said had been campaigning against the national conference, saying those doing so had at sometime benefitted from the public treasury.
“If we do not talk before …