“I use to tell people that I would not have gone to school if I were born today. My parents were so poor they won’t afford to send me to school. I was born during the era education was free, food was free for me, I was sponsored from primary school to university. There was even a job waiting for me before I graduated. Yet there was no oil then. I am not certainly a product of oil boom Nigeria.
“So, I don’t know what those who are against restructuring are afraid of. Those afraid must be lazy. We fought the civil war with the Igbos.
Today, the Igbos have completely rebuilt their towns and villages, but we still have mud houses in the North. Is it the fault of the e
Easterners that the North is the way it is?”