Islamization: USA Elites seeking “radical options” to salvage Nigeria from disaster: Former U.S. Envoy Campbell.
Former United States ambassador to Nigeria, John Campbell, has stated that the elites in Nigeria have now reached a consensus that the nation was at a precipice of total failure and are now seeking radical options to block the impending disaster supervised by the Buhari regime.
Mr Campbell disclosed this on Thursday in a release titled, “Nigeria: Anxiety over deteriorating security morphing into panic” and published by the Council on Public Relations (CPR).The CPR Senior Fellow for Africa who is doubtful of Nigeria’s unity, in the release said: “Something of a consensus among Nigerian elites seems to be forming that the country is in deep trouble and that radical options must be considered.”
Mr Campbell however noted that the concerned leaders are yet to come to terms with a perfect approach or strategy to salvage the ship of state from imminent collapse.“But no consensus exists about what state collapse would look like, what the way forward should be, and what “radical restructuring of the Nigerian state” would actually mean or how it could be achieved,” he opined.
A few Nigerian elites have in the past days raised alarms on the troubling security and economic situation in the country. Elder statesman and senior lawyer Robert Clarke lamented Nigeria’s poor security, expressing doubts about the country’s survival in the nearest future during a Sunday morning interview on Channels TV.“ Many things are happening and I swear by my father’s grave, if care is not taken, Nigeria will collapse in the next six months time,” he said.