Abuja is not Lagos; Within an hour, you see Hausa, Tiv, Igbo, Yoruba with their problems-According to Bode George

2027: Bode George, You Can Contest If You Want, But the Party Must Not Be Part of ThatChief Bode George, a former military governor of Ondo State, emphasized the challenges of governing a multicultural country like Nigeria in an interview with Arise News. He underlined that human understanding and heavenly guidance are both necessary for managing the nation’s diverse people. George talked on how, over the course of an hour, he saw people from different ethnic groups in Abuja, each with their own set of issues. He pointed out that the problems faced by the Hausa/Fulani, Beri Beri, Tiv, Igbo, and Yoruba people are distinct.CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

In his words;

‘Abuja is not Lagos, because within one hour on that sit, you see Hausa/Fulani man with his problem, the beri beri people with their problem, you’ll see the Tiv people with their problem, you’ll see the Igbo man with his problem, within one hour. You’ll see the Yoruba man with his problem and they’re completely different. So you need the Grace of God and your own brain to be able to manage this nation”CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>