Prof. Wole Soyinka Nobel laureate, says he doesn’t think Nigerian peace is possible under the prevailing administration of the President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.) due to its systemic tardiness, aso Naija reports.
Past Governor Rochas Okorocha of Imo State acquired Soyinka if he could formulate a Nigerian article that would stimulate patriotism and inspire conformity among the numerous lineages in the country.
Acknowledging, Soyinka said no narrative would unite the people of Nigeria without restitution and decency.
He clarified that persons in Internally Displaced Person camps, who had lost relatives and loved ones due to violence, would not conceal any story of peace unless they got justice.
The Nobel laureate said Nigeria had lost a key opportunity to unite, expanding that he didn’t believe the regime of Buhari could unite Nigeria because it endured systemic failure.