Allies of former President Olusegun Obasanjo converged yesterday on the Yar'Adua Centre in Abuja for the launch a movement - the Coalition for Nigeria (CN).
The trouble with the former chairman of the presidential task force did not start with the President Buhari administration, Sagay pointed out, but assured that the government was determined to bring the problems to an end to the satisfaction of all Nigerians.
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"If and when we come to an agreement that we must metamorphose into a political party, then we will".
"I think that what he (Obasanjo) has done is to rouse us from our slumber to the reality of what is happening to Nigerians and for us to take charge and take action; are there no other leaders looking on at things going wrong in this country? Our nation needs to be shored up by we the people", Edogiawerie said on Tuesday during an interview on Channels Television's breakfast programme Sunrise Daily.
According to him, Nigerian youths will be emboldened, empowered, have employment and play meaningful and responsible roles in the leadership and governance of the country in all ramifications while women will have dignity and equal consideration with men in the affairs of Nigeria.
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"I see a new Nigeria in the hands of God and we will all be witnesses of the emergence of a new Nigeria".
There are unconfirmed reports that many within President Buhari's government, who had gotten exhausted of his administration's style, would also throw in the towel in the coming days to join forces with the coalition.
He also weighed in on ex-president Obasanjo's letter to Buhari, adding that Obasanjo was not in any position to give advice.
The ex-President arrived the NUJ secretariat with a team of security operatives, politicians including former Osun State Governor, Olagunsoye Oyinlola, his Cross River State counterpart, Donald Duke and hundreds of enthusiastic residents desirous of registering their membership of CMN.
"The Coalition for Nigeria, having the best intentions of our dear nation at heart, is careful to go about effecting change in a way that does not jeopardize the stability and safety of Nigeria".