Bode George said. “We Have 7 States In N’West; 6 In N’East; 6 In N’Central; 6 In S’West; And 5 In S’East. Why?”

Bode George said. "We Have 7 States In N'West; 6 In N'East; 6 In N'Central; 6 In S'West; And 5 In S'East. Why?"According to Chief Bode George, a former national vice chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), the Nigerian Constitution has to be reviewed since it is unfair to certain individuals. Chief George stated that there are seven states in the North-West region, six in the North-East region, six in the North-Central region, six in the South-West region, six in the South-South region, and five in the South-East region. He made these statements during an interview with The Sun Newspaper on Saturday. Why must it be this way, he wondered. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

Chief George who is a former military governor of Ondo State said that this inequality has led to unfair representation at the national level.

He said, “The representation at the national level is unequal and that’s unfair. We have seven states in the North-West; six in North-East; six in North-Central; six in South-West; six in South-South and five in South-South. Why? The people who conceptualize that constitution might not have seen the flaws. But we have practised it and we have seen the loopholes and weaknesses in the Constitution.”

Chief Bode George also spoke about the creation of state police, saying that he is fully in support of it. He said that some people are saying that if state police is established, some state governors will misuse it. He said that should not be something to worry about because the governors will not be in power forever. He added that if any governor misuses the state police, he would pay dearly for it once he leaves office.

In addition to that, he said that better organized countries found out that policing is the responsibility of the community.CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

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