Confab’ll set North against South, says activist

Kaduna based human activist and President, Civil Rights Congress (CRC), Shehu Sani, has described the proposed national conference as another diversionary circus aimed at setting the north against the south
Sani also posited that the conference will end up generating “war of words” that will only overheat the polity without addressing the problems of the country.
In a press statement issued on Sunday and made available to Daily Independent, Sani explained that it’s a blackmail and a mischievous political chess game meant to hang the fate of the nation on the continuity of the Goodluck Jonathan’s regime.
According to the activist, the ‘Goodluck Conference’ will deliver nothing but reports that will neither see the light of the day nor that of the night.
“It’s self deception for anyone to believe that this government will embrace and implement critical views of Nigerians from its conference when the same government has found it difficult to tolerate dissenting opinion from within it’s party and consistently behaved belligerent to the Our university teachers and resident Doctors,” Sani stated.
He further said that those who will take the pain to write and submit their volumes of memoranda to the conference will find their memoranda in the belly of termites and bugs or with Akara sellers in lugbe.
He also emphasised that it’s technically impossible to organise a meaningful and orderly conference at a time when the President and members of the National Assembly and at the same time states governors are out on re-election campaigns next year.
“President Goodluck Jonathan’s government is a bourgeoisie government with a philosophical base rooted in the preservation of the iniquitous socio economic system and the sustenance of the existing capitalist master servant relationship.” He stated.
While noting that Jonathan’s government, like its predecessors, has not implemented any committee report and undoubtedly this conference and its report will meet its fate of dust.

Daily Independent
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