What Mrs. Awosika was trying to pass across was that if a Yoruba man is trying to work on a project, he should not discriminate the service an Igbo man or an Hausa man can render him. And as citizens of a nation, it seems saying that I am an Igbo man or a Yoruba man is not really fostering unity. So if we can stop being tribalistic and embrace all ethnic groups seeing ourselves as part of each, collaboration will be enhanced and as such, the country progresses.

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