The Delta State Governor, Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa, Friday, known as on President Mohammadu Buhari to convoke a nationwide dialogue to dissect and search panacea to numerous challenges dealing with the nation.
Governor Okowa made the decision at an interdenominational thanksgiving service to mark the thirtieth anniversary of the creation of Delta state held at St. Peters Anglican Cathedral, Asaba.
He mentioned that there have been too many voices of anger calling for justice, equity and fairness within the affairs of the nation and urged the Federal Authorities to take steps to take heed to the voices.
Based on him, if it was not properly with the nation, it won’t be properly with the element elements.
The governor cautioned that the nation shouldn’t be constructed for the elite and the wealthy, stating that, “the wealthy and the elite won’t dwell peacefully in a rustic the place there are various poor folks.
“We’re nonetheless in a nation the place a lot energy rests on the centre, with the Federal Authorities and I consider that it isn’t proper and it’s time for extra powers to be devolved to the states and extra money and assets given to the states.
“Nigeria will probably be higher for it if we restructure however the biggest problem we’ve is on account of insecurity and it’s pushing many individuals extra into the poverty line.
“As a rustic, we’re troubled and there are such a lot of ethno-religious crises however it’s time for us to take a seat down and speak in any other case we might not have the ability to proceed as a nation.
“In staying as a nation, we should discover options to the voices of anger and we should dispassionately search for the opinion leaders within the totally different elements of Nigeria and communicate reality to ourselves.”
He congratulated Deltans on the thirtieth anniversary of the creation of the state and famous that the state had come to date as a result of God’s presence had been with it.
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