Democracy Day, June 12, Soyinka

Democracy Day, June 12

Nigeria may not celebrate another Democracy Day, says Soyinka

Nigeria may not celebrate another Democracy Day, says Soyinka

6/15/2021 1:10:00 PM

Nigeria may not celebrate another Democracy Day , says Soyinka

Prof. Wole Soyinka , has said another Democracy Day may not be celebrated in Nigeria if the system of government is not decentralised

Soyinka said this during an interview with Arise News which focused on the June 12 Democracy Day that was celebrated on Monday.The Novel Laureate lamented that the country is on a suicide slide, as he advised the President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.), to listen and take action against the challenges which are causing people to demonstrate.

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“And that is what’s happening to people in the streets. That’s why they are moving, that’s why they are demonstrating; that’s why they are defying even threats from the police and the government – If you demonstrate, we will do this, if you do this, we will deal with you, we will talk to you in language which you understand – it does not wash with anybody any longer. Because if a nation is on a suicide slide, the people who feel that they do not deserve that kind of suicidal plunge have a right to say they are getting off this plane before it nosedives,” he said.

When asked if Nigeria can continue as one, Soyinka responded, “Not if it continues this way. Not if it fails to decentralise. If Nigeria fails to decentralise, and I mean to decentralise as fast as possible, manifestly and not as rhetoric, then Nigeria cannot stay together.

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We overrated those white hairs that is why we found ourselves here. Same Prof that convinced Nigerians that Buhari is the best thing after slice bread and GEJ is a complete failure, Abeg rest. Ka ji mun dan shegiya👎🏾👎🏾 He should lead the IPOB We are going to End Nigeria to save lives EndNigeriaNowToSaveLives

Sorry sir, point of correction ' WILL NOT and not MAY NOT' Spiritual truth And so shall it be No one is reasoning with me. May be Kongi to some extent. Our President's situation is not normal. Our President may be suffering from some undiagnosed mental health issues. People must pay attention before we all commit collective seppuku.

Like a wise one have the solution that’s the 🙏 Baba should leave the talk and help us talk to yoruba elders for actualization of yoruba nation (oduduwa republic). Am sure the world will celebrate him more than Mandela

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If this will bring prosperity to all Nigerians let it be. Enough of the naivety! Please retweet 🙏🙏🙏 🙏 Baba you just wake up from your slumber abi,my fellow citizens start to dey prepare oo ODUWANATION BIAFRANATION is coming as soon as possible oo. Wisdom!! There won't be Nigeria again if things is going on the way it's. This country will crumble there's no way!

True ICT SOLUTIONS Soyinka why don't you come out and talk during goodluck's regime When did soyinka becomes prophet? Nigerians are already tired of this old men wishing the country doom because they do t benefit from the system. 🇳🇬 and 🇳🇬ans will celebrate more democracy in peace and harmony

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