Former INEC boss Jega proponent of reorganization


Prof. Attahiru Muhammadu Jega, former National Chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission, has emphasized the need for the Federal Government to restructure its current federal system in order for the country to grow and prosper.

He bemoaned the country’s extreme inequity and poor management.

Jega, speaking at Nasarawa State University’s 4th public lecture, titled “Restructuring the Nigerian Federation: Challenges and Prospects,” argued that restructuring the country is unavoidable and that the time to begin is now.

He stated that the country must be urgently reformed and repositioned in order to meet Nigerians’ desires and aspirations for a federation based on the rule of law, justice, equity, and equality of opportunity for all citizens.

According to the former INEC boss, a lack of restructuring would result in perpetual instability and poor diversity management, as well as the terrible possibility of dismemberment by extremist agitations for new “nations” to be created out of present-day Nigeria.

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“As a way out of the stalemate, the country must confront the challenges and prospects of restructuring,” he says. We must accept the fact that restructuring is required.”

Prof. Attahiru Jega advised that the strategy and mechanisms used to pursue the restructuring are critical in achieving the desired result.

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