Nigerians React to Bill that Seeks to Legalize Power Rotation

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The bill that seeks to legalize power rotation in Nigeria across the six geo-political zones was rejected by Senators at plenary on Tuesday.

Reacting to the rejection of the bill, a Social Commentator, Stewart Osasuwa, says the bill would have been a welcomed one if it was not rejected.

Also Speaking, a youth coordinator, Magnus Agbakwo, notes that the rotation of power would encourage development in the country.

An academia, Victory Mmadu, states that power rotation will not stop the squabble for power.

Written by: Helen Obih

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