I Believe in Democracy, But Nigeria was Handed Over to Destroyers ~ Aare Gani Adams  - NATIONAL TRUMPET


Wednesday, May 30, 2018

I Believe in Democracy, But Nigeria was Handed Over to Destroyers ~ Aare Gani Adams 

• Group Hail Gani Adams Over Ewenla Adegensin's Appointment

The youth under the aegies of National Association of United Abule Egba -Awori Forum through an exclusive interview yesterday at the annual Ramadan lecture organised by Alhaji Dauda Adedipe Ewenla in Lagos State.

The Secretary General, Giwa Musibau Ajani has welcomed the development of the new appointment of Prince Adedipe Dauda Ewenla by the Founder of Oodua People's Union, Otunba Gani Adams, saying “we can now heave a sigh of relief that peace will now be in sight in the Nigeria.” 

According to him, “from what we have experienced with Dauda Ewenla, who happened to be the pioneer president of United Abule Egba-Awori Forum, he is a man of integrity and from his background as an ambassador of peace, we are sure that he will make use of his wealth of experience and capacity in conflict resolution to make sure that all inter relation conflicts is properly managed through his office. 

Giwa, however urged the federal government to convene a forum where some of them could feel free to talk about the menaces facing inter-relations at the local government levels, noting that real solutions could only be found to the problem when the major issues had been addressed.

Similarly, the chairman of the association, Alhaji Dauda Adedipe expresses gratitude to Almighty Allah for making Otunba Gani Adams deem it fit for appointing him in his usual magnanimity as the local government inter relation officer to the prestigious Oodua People's Congress OPC during the annual Ramadan lecture tagged Unity In Religion, while the preacher was Sheikh Jamiu Sanusi popularly known as Aami Olorun.

Adedipe urged the federal government to come up with a programme that would accommodate all youths to campaign against social vices in the society and skill acquisition programs to keep jobless youths busy so as to stop the rate of insecurity in Nigeria. 

He also advised the youths of Nigeria to remember they are the future of tomorrow as such should shun being patronized by the politicians as tools but make to live comfortable for themselves by engaging in menial jobs. 

The landmark program played host to many dignitaries from all walks of life who honoured invitation of Alhaji Dauda based on his self recognition and cool headed character. 

Aare Iba Gani Adams and wife Mojisola Adams, Honorable Abdul Ganiy Makinde, Member House of Assembly representing Ifako Ijaiye constituency, Alhaji Ajobiewe, and many other big wigs in the society graces the occasion while the program was anchored by the famous Islamic cleric Sheik Alhaji Jamiu Sanusi popularly known as Aami Olorun with a lecture titled Unity in Religion. 

He peaches unity within the religion irrespective of belief of individuals but for the sake of humanity every human being must embrace on another for peace to reign in Nigeria.

According to Gani Adams during his short speech lament bitterly on the ignorance of Yoruba culture and heritage through their dressings, stating that there is nothing stopping the Muslims to put on Yoruba cap instead of always putting Hausa cap all the time adopting their own culture while disregarding our own Yoruba culture. 

The 15th Aare Ona Kankaafo of Yoruba Land also urged the federal government to adopt restructuring as the best solution to all menaces facing Nigeria as a country after being handed over to the destroyers who are selfish and care all about their personal benefits and not the country's best interests. 

He also advised the federal government to work closely with the people, in other to avoid mistakes of the past and ensure that all the stakeholders of all regions are being carried along in the process of restructuring.

Adams, also restate on the need for federal government to consider state, local government policing and autonomy as it is the only factor to put an endisecurity and incessant attacks on the people. 

He also expressed the hope that Alhaji SaEwenla would do better in his new assignment.

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