Nigeria May Collapse, Go Into Civil War – Maj. Gen. Momah

On July 14, 2018 23 Comments

A former Minister of Science and Technology, Maj. General (rtd) Sam Momah has predicted that Nigeria will break up and go into a civil war that may last up to 100 years by 2030.

The one time Adjutant General and Commander, Training and Doctrine Command, pointed out that unless something was done on the current structure of the country, Nigeria was bound to collapse.

Gen. Momah, while fielding questions from Sun, called on President Muhammadu Buhari to act fast and rescue the country from an economy solely relying on oil.

According to him, “So the situation is critical. I don’t understand why somebody will say we shouldn’t restructure. It is not North versus south issue, it is an issue of survival of Nigeria. I believe we must look at it seriously and this is why my second book is on ‘Restructuring Nigeria Beyond Oil.’

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“I want to alert fellow countrymen that this restructuring thing should not be politicised. It is a critical thing that must be done, otherwise in 12 years time, in 2030, Nigeria will collapse and we may get into a civil war that might take us up to 100 years to get out from.

“I say 100 years because Sudan has been in war now for 50 years, Eritrea has been in war now for 31 years, Somalia has been in war now for 27 years and these are countries that are less than 30 million in population, less complex Somalia, they speak the same language, they are Muslims and yet the war there has lasted for 27 years.

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“So can you imagine Nigeria with 200 million people, 350 ethnic nationalities with 50 different languages; if a war ignites to civil war, it will be total. It will take us to about 100 years to get over it.”

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Comments (23)


  1. Anonymous says:

    Stupid bastard!

    The number of people that have been killed in Nigeria is since January till date are more than people been killed in any country going through civil war around the globe… What war again are you talking about?

  2. Anonymous says:

    This is an elders advice it should not be swept under the carpet let’s us do all we can to prevent it, war is bad,I was a little boy during the civil war we know what we suffered as a little boy, God bless Nigeria,

  3. Anonymous says:

    God bless Dr.momoh who saved and cured me from hepatitis B.. virus.with his herb medicine you can also reached him through this number or you add him up on whatsapp for similar issue on…+2349058587788 or +2349068579672

  4. Anonymous says:

    If this government don’t restructure the country before the next election the country should be dissolved and split. Everybody now is talking about the election next year. Even if God came down to succeed Buhari nothing will change. Yes, Nigerians must wake up and demand restructuring before the next election. After that election the promises will wait for long, is better we demand restructuring now or allowed those that want to quiet the Union to go because that’s were the problems will start.

  5. Anonymous says:

    But this is the truth which Buhari and his gang doesn’t want to know. I blame the southern leaders whose slogan should be no restructuring no elections come 2019 at least the likes of Buhari will wake up.

  6. Anonymous says:

    The blind Christain don’t know or understand what Buhari dictatorship government and his Fulani terrorist group has planned for them please blind Christain wake-up now before it is too late

  7. Anonymous says:

    Fulani terrorist government of Buhari dictatorship is running a terrorist government with his Fulani terrorist group in slaughtering innocent Christians on daily basis and nobody is speaking against it

  8. Anonymous says:

    Iv said so by revelation and no body cares and elders of the country are busy playing hopeless politics instead of calling the govt of president buhari to stop the killings immediately

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