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Change must begin with restructuring – South-south leaders

Political and traditional leaders in the South-south said yesterday in Port Harcourt that the federal government must address the issue of restructuring of the federation if it is serious about its profession of change. The leaders declared this at a summit organised by the Project Nigeria Movement.

Ben Nwabueze, others set to meet over northern position on restructuring

Eminent Leaders of thought under the agies of Project Nigeria Movement led by elderstateman, Prof Ben Nwabueze, will meet next week to consider the emerging position from the north on the Restructuring of Nigeria

Nwabueze, Anyaoku, others set for national consensus on restructuring of Nigeria

Notable Statesmen and Eminent Leaders of thought across the country have concluded plans to mobilise national consensus and popular harmony on the agitations for the restructuring of Nigeria to forestall possible degeneration of the festering ethnic political acrimony in the country.

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