Nobel laureate, Prof. Wole Soyinka on Monday said Nigeria is long overdue for reconfiguring, saying it is sickening for some people to be agitating against it.
Soyinka, in an interview with some newsmen at the Freedom Park on Lagos Island, Lagos, Southwest Nigeria said those who said what Nigeria needed was just a restructuring of the mind were not saying the obvious.
Soyinka said restructuring of the mind was what could be done on daily basis, but that what the nation needed right now was real restructuring which he called ‘reconfiguring.’
The Nobel laureate also said it was sickening for some people to be canvassing second term in office for President Muhammadu Buhari midway into his first tenure, saying he did not want to be part of such discuss.
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