Amotekun: Only Fundamental restructuring would address Nigeria’s political transformation- Fayemi

In what looks like a justification of Amotekun, Ekiti State Governor and Chairman of Nigeria Governors’ Forum, NGF, Kayode Fayemi, says only an


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Amotekun: Only Fundamental restructuring would address Nigeria’s political transformation- Fayemi
Kayode Fayemi

In what looks like a justification of Amotekun, Ekiti State Governor and Chairman of Nigeria Governors’ Forum, NGF, Kayode Fayemi, says only an honest national conversation would address the fundamental restructuring of Nigeria’s political transformation.

 

                                                          

Fayemi who made the declaration at the 17th edition of Daily Trust Dialogue about Twenty Years of Democracy in Nigeria, stated that it was on that premise that the All Progressives Congress, APC, manifesto was written ahead of the 2015 general elections.

 

 

He stated: “Nigeria cannot achieve this without an honest national conversation and the resolve by Nigerians to come together as one people sharing a common destiny. The fundamental restructuring of Nigeria will address key questions of political transformation.

 

                                                                                                     

“Such issues as the question of constitutional governance, the fundamental precepts or authorizing principles of national togetherness, citizenship and the nationality question, the political economy of federalism, security sector governance, human rights, social justice,  minority rights, electoral system, type of government – parliamentary or presidential, will be addressed.” 

 

 

Fayemi argued: “The South West’s Amotekun vision is a logical end-product of President Buhari’s compelling vision on community policing and bottom-top approach to security sector governance across the country.”

 






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