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Of course it is convenient for the Lagos State authorities, and indeed the society at large, to forget “the Igbonla 6”, essentially because these are children of poor people!
And yesterday, the Kaduna State Police Command confirmed the 33 people died in Kajuru Local Government Area of the state where there have been violent clashes in recent days. For instance, look at what is happening in the Senate with the recall process of Senator Dino Melaye.
He believes that we are good only at shouting matches on an issue that catches our fancy at any moment (corruption, recession, Biafra etc.) after which we move on without really finding solutions to any of these challenges that plague our nation.
So, the issue of the day is restructuring and someone reportedly said that if you ask ten Nigerians to tell you what they mean by the term, you would most likely end up with 15 different definitions!
Two weeks ago in Kaduna, each of the panellists was asked to make a closing remark.
Walker said most cryptically: “Let everybody begin to pay tax”.
Even when he provided no interpretation, he nonetheless offered an explanation: “That is the anthem of the hunters who have been battling Boko Haram in my town. It means nothing to me.” While I was on the panel, Andrew Walker, a Briton and author of a very revealing book on Boko Haram titled, “Eat the Heart of the Infidel”, spared me the ordeal of having to defend Nigeria.
Walker, who has spent considerable time in our country, prefaced his intervention with a rejoinder of sort.
“Nigeria is a failed state”, Dr Abubakar Othman, who teaches African Poetry and Creative Writing at the University of Maiduguri, repeatedly declared before launching into a song, or more appropriately, a chant, rendered in a “strange” language.
“Let me say very quickly that I disagree with the notion that Nigeria is a failed state. I believe Nigeria is a state that is working but only for a few.