ON­LINE RE­AC­TIONS FG re­jects calls for re­struc­tur­ing Boroh flays de­lay in pay­ing ex-mil­i­tants

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Prof. Os­in­bajo, lead­ers should not be afraid of do­ing things dif­fer­ently if the usual way isn’t work­ing. The FG is too pow­er­ful and has too much re­spon­si­bil­i­ties and it’s only good if they re­lin­quish some to the state gov­er­nors for easy gov­er­nance. APC preached Change and now it’s dif­fi­cult to im­ple­ment the said “Change.” Mr Vice Pres­i­dent, we need to try some­thing new; re­struc­tur­ing is the way to go. “Face your fears”; that is what great lead­ers do.

Sir Oscie dan­nyn­wokolo@ya­hoo.com

Atiku is strate­giz­ing for 2019. He has no gen­uine con­cern for the struc­ture of the coun­try. He wants to use this as a cam­paign is­sue come 2019. Just watch out!

Parry B. bassey­of­fiong@ya­hoo.com

No­body wants to lose his priv­i­leged po­si­tion. To­day, the Vice-Pres­i­dent is against re­struc­tur­ing. I hope he is not go­ing to be a strong sup­porter when he leaves power in the next two years and some months.

Nwade Chudi apex­chudi@gmail.com

This is in­ter­est­ing when you con­sider that the es­teemed pro­fes­sor is Chief Awolowo’s grand son-in-law. One won­ders what the le­gend him­self would have made of this.

Obinnna o.c.ik­wuegbu@pgr.read­ing.ac.uk

When will this fraud end? It is time to call it a day for this cir­cus show. Pay­ing so-called mil­i­tants stipends for do­ing noth­ing can only en­cour­age lazi­ness and in­do­lence. Stipends for do­ing what? It should STOP im­me­di­ately.

Sun­day Gov­ern­ment sun­day­gov@gmail.com

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