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Not Atiku or Tinubu out to break up Nigeria – Keyamo replies Obaseki

The Clergyman of State for Work and Business, Festus Keyamo, on Tuesday, said the People groups Leftist alliance, PDP, official competitor, Atiku Abubakar, expects to separate Nigeria.

Keyamo was responding to Lead representative Godwin Obaseki’s comment that Nigeria would separate if the All Moderates Congress, APC, official up-and-comer, Bola Tinubu, arises as president in 2023.

Obaseki had prompted Nigerians against supporting the APC in 2023.

The lead representative said Nigeria’s obligation would before long hit N60trillion, a circumstance that would influence ages.

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Responding, Keyamo couldn’t help contradicting Obaseki, focusing on that Atiku needs to isolate Nigeria.

In a tweet, he reviewed how Atiku said Nigeria needn’t bother with a Yoruba, Igbo, or Hausa-Fulani president.

As per Keyamo, Atiku’s comment was pointed toward separating the country.

He said: “Your Excellency, I conflict. Your competitor that generally asked Northerners not to decide in favor of Yoruba or Igbo applicants and that has been promising both South and South East Administration in 2027 or 2031 in a chameleonic manner is the very individual that needs to separate Nigeria. Chikena.”

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