The leader of the Yoruba socio-cultural organization, Ayo Adebanjo, on Wednesday criticized President Muhammadu Buhari and All Progressives Congress (APC) over their handling of the increasing agitations for the country’s restructuring.
Adebanjo, who stated this when he featured in a programme on Arise TV, accused the President and his party of pursuing a hidden agenda on the matter.
He also faulted the nation’s constitution, adding, that the Afenifere does not believe held in the country right now would satisfy their agitations, if the constitution is not first scrapped and a new one formulated in its place.
“We don’t believe in any election now unless the Constitution is scrapped”, he said.
Adebanjo further reiterated the stance of many groups in the south-west and other parts of the country that restructuring had to be carried out,
According to him, “It’s either restructuring or nothing”
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