Former Director-Common, Nigerian Institute of Worldwide Affairs, Professor Bola Akinteriwa has acknowledged that the Russian authorities might take a sanctionary measure towards Nigeria.
Akinteriwa mentioned this throughout a Seminar entitled: Russia-Ukraine Struggle and the imperatives of a brand new international order, organized by the Nigerian Institute of Worldwide Affairs yesterday in Lagos.
The Former DG defined that Russia may undertake such measures on the idea of two elements.
He famous the truth that Nigeria has taken a place on its conflict towards Ukraine and likewise that Nigeria voted towards her on the United Nations.
Akinteriwa acknowledged that there’s a present of partisanship from the Nigerian authorities when its overseas minister mentioned that it ought to withdraw its troops from Ukraine.
“Two elements are most probably affect on the connection of Nigeria with Russia.
“Nigeria’s International Minister mentioned Russia ought to withdraw its troops. The implication of that’s already partisan.
“You at the moment are saying Russia is at fault. For the mere truth that you’re saying withdraw merely means Russia is at fault.
“The second half is that Nigeria voted towards Russia on the United Nations.
“On this case, Russia is most probably to reckon with these two information and because of this take sanctionary measures towards Nigeria.” He mentioned.
The Worldwide Activist, due to this fact, urged the Nigerian authorities to accumulate nuclear weapons and search for a higher nation which makes it strategic targeted.
Akinteriwa defined that there’s nothing mistaken in buying nuclear weapons, taking a swipe towards some international locations purchase them and saying others could be careless with them.
The Seminar additionally witnessed the contributions of The Director-Common, NIIA, Professor Eghosa Osaghae, Assistant Professor Efem Ubi, Professor Femi Otubanjo, and Ambassador Olusegun Akinsanya.
Others have been Dr. Joshua Bolarinwa, Dr. Rita Agu, Professor Femi Mimiko and Mr. Bola Olajuwon.
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