Coming from the deep of differences in values, understanding, goals and religion; Nigeria still struggle to close the diversity gap. Many years of fighting for power, acceptance and hold on to the financial mine of the country, it is still an illusion if the country will ever find a platform to discuss and structure ways for a common interest in leadership and project for the every ailing, corrupt character and state of affairs in the country.
Two very disturbing timed bomb exploded in the country lately; the sectoral killing of the Christians by Muslim sponsored Boko Harem organization and the removal of the purported oil subsidy.
Causing civil unrest in different areas and interests, the country is some how clearly unified in facing with the subsidy removal and in facing the issue of sectoral killing, many has been voicing out, but the key action to show collective tenacity of hold by the people in fighting sectoral and religious intolerant is not clear.
Information has it that northerners are beefing up security with the people being handed different classes of ammunition for perhaps, getting them ready for planned or envisaged war.
The country understand the divide between different majority ethnic groups. but they are held in complexity by religion and race.
When one race/culture which shares majority in a religion finds itself in the minority when comes to ethnic position; thinks of which tribal or religion side to take, he is frustrated and discouraged by either of this.
Does this then implies that separating the country will never be possible? what about the practices of political nepotism in government, share of the natural resources – in oil?
Complicaton you will agree with me stands on the unity and division of the most troubled country in the world