“Nigerians United Abroad But Something Else At Home” – Obasanjo

Channels Television reports that former President Olusegun Obasanjo challenges Nigerians to embrace unity and togetherness both at home and abroad, claiming that while they are abroad, they are together but transform into “something else” when they return.  Continue Reading>>>

At an evening reception held in New Brunswick, New Jersey, in the United States over the weekend, Obasanjo disclosed this information on behalf of a delegation of distinguished academics and traditional leaders, which also included Oba (Prof.) Saka Matemilola, the Olowu of the Owu Kingdom.

Obasanjo told the group that Nigerians living abroad are doing the nation proud in their various fields of endeavor and advised them to be good residents of wherever they call home in a statement released by his spokesperson, Kehinde Akinyemi.Continue Reading>>>

Obasanjo is cited as saying, “Nigerian people are frequently quite united when they are outside of Nigeria, but something else when they return to the country. Therefore, I want to urge you to be good citizens, not only where you are, but when you also come home to Nigeria.

The Center for African Studies at Rutgers University in New Jersey, led by Prof. Bode Ibironke, organized the event, which was also attended by members of the university’s administration.

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