Emerging report indicates that the Northern region is allegedly plotting to break out of Nigeria, under President Muhammadu Buhari’s watch.
The disclosure was made known by a former Governor of Oyo State, Rashidi Ladoja, while speaking with Journalists, after observing the Eid-el-Fitr prayer at the University of Ibadan Central Mosque.
In addition, the former Governor noted that a railway is already being considered to link the North to Niger Republic, and a Refinery may be built in Daura, Katsina State, to that effect.
He said: “Let us start with tolerance. At a certain level, people will be talking, but we only know the beginning of a war, not the end. Nobody will remember how the war in Syria started, and it is still on for years. And everything they built is being destroyed. So, I think we have to do it softly. We have started democracy. We are not happy with the way it is going.
“But even the Quran says there will be a time when God will give you good Leaders; there will be a time when the Leaders that you are given by God are not as good, because He wants you people to see the difference. We should assume that this too will pass. It started six years ago. In another two years, it will go.
“If you are saying because of that you want to go or you do not want to go, who even tells you that the North is not even getting ready to go? Let us look at it, people in the South are talking too much, and people up North are acting too much.
“In Yorubaland, we talk too much. The North is also preparing to leave, and they are working at it. Do you think it is a mistake that they are constructing a railway to the Niger Republic, when we have not built a railway from Ibadan to Kano, not even Abuja, and they said it is the first place we are going to spend our money?
“Can the Refinery in Kaduna not be repaired? Why are they saying they would build another Refinery in Daura (Katsina State)? And they would be bringing crude oil from the Niger Republic to the place. Do not let us deceive ourselves, maybe a time will come when all of us will sit down together and separate peacefully.”