We Were Never One Country – Former Senate President, Bukola Saraki

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We Were Never One Country – Former Senate President, Bukola Saraki

 

– Saraki explains why Nigeria will remain work in progress.

Former Senate President, Dr. Abubakar Bukola Saraki has noted that Nigeria will remain a work in progress because it was two countries joined together by the British for administrative purposes.

Saraki said this while responding to a question from DAILY POST on Nigeria’s progress since its Independence on October 1, 1960 during an Independence Day lunch with diverse Nigerian youths, held in Abuja at the weekend.

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He said that Nigeria should not be compared with some other countries that do not have diversity from day one in terms of its process.

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“I read a book on how Nigeria was formed and I realized that we were never one country. We were two countries but it was efficient for the British to bring the two countries together for administrative purposes,” Saraki said.

“It made sense at that time to bring the two countries together for commercial purposes. From day one, Nigeria is going to be a work in progress because it’s a country with so much diversities. So we can’t compare ourselves with some other countries that don’t have diversity right from time.

“A society that continues to allow that, where is the values for hard work? Where’s the value for doing things right? What message are we sending? The message that we must cut corners? As a country, we need to redefine that.

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