CHIEF ROBERT CLARKE (SAN) – NIGERIA MAY CEASE TO EXIST IN 6 MONTHS

CHIEF ROBERT CLARKE (SAN) – NIGERIA MAY CEASE TO EXIST IN 6 MONTHS

A Senior Advocate of Nigeria, Chief Robert Clarke (SAN) has said that Nigeria may cease to exist within the next six months unless there is a change in the system of governance.

According to him, there is no light at the end of the tunnel for the nation, looking at the looming implosion of several political parties ahead of the 2019 general elections.

He told Sun Newspaper in an interview: “We cannot continue with this system of government. Within the next six months, if we don’t sit to change the system of government this country will collapse. If we don’t sit down to change the system of governance that will move us forward, this country will collapse.

A Senior Advocate of Nigeria, Chief Robert Clarke (SAN) has said that Nigeria may cease to exist within the next six months unless there is a change in the system of governance.

According to him, there is no light at the end of the tunnel for the nation, looking at the looming implosion of several political parties ahead of the 2019 general elections.

He told Sun Newspaper in an interview: “We cannot continue with this system of government. Within the next six months, if we don’t sit to change the system of government this country will collapse. If we don’t sit down to change the system of governance that will move us forward, this country will collapse.

“There is no light at the end of the tunnel. When you are digging a tunnel, as you dig it and you are seeing a green light you know you are nearing the end, but here there is no light.

“We are going into a primary for all political parties, they will either sink or swim together after that primary.

“Go and write it down. I’m not a seer, I don’t see visions but I’m telling you that the primaries of all the political parties will be the demise of political parties in Nigeria because they are going to kill themselves.”

– Chijioke Jannah / DailyPost

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