Yemi Osinbajo, Nigeria’s vice president, says the country is better off united despite ethnic differences and should maintain unity instead of breaking up. Osinbajo’s spokesman disclosed this in a statement on Sunday during an interactive session with top officials of Nigeria’s High Commission, UK, at the Abuja House residence of the High Commissioner in London. According to the vice president, the federal government would work toward fairness and balance. “If you look at all of us sitting here, we represent all the geo-political zones. This is the Nigeria that will succeed, anything else doesn’t make sense. Yorubas are not better off on their own, Igbos are not better off on their own, the North is not better off on its own. “We are better off as one nation, that is why we are strong and that is why we can face the world”, Osinbajo said.