The quest for the restructuring of Nigeria is not as important as having equity and justice in the country, the National President of Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN), Dr. Felix Omobude has said.
He made the assertion on Thursday in his speech themed: ‘Fire of Revival,’ at the Calvary Assembly, Nomansland, Kano.
The PFN head said Nigeria is one nation and as such “there should be justice, fairness and equity”, adding that the term “restructuring” should be expressly explained, along with the “modalities”.
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Omobude said, “PFN remains in one country, where everyone is free to live wherever he chooses to settle down as well as transact his business and participate in the polity of that local community.
“We belong to one nation and the people are free and there should be justice, fairness and equity, which has been and still our prayer and desire for Nigeria.
“The word, restructuring, has to be defined to Nigerians as well as the modalities. However, I believe that what is more important to Nigerians than anything else is equity and justice. It means that somebody from the minority tribe can aspire to the highest office, without hindrance, that is what we are clamouring for.”
He also stated that Nigerians should understand that if God wanted the country to divide,He could have done it but He has chosen not to.