Gov Badaru, Jigawa State Governor, has Reacted On Insecurity As Nigerians Talk Down on President Buhari.
Gov Badaru made his eactions and condemnations while responding to some comments of Nigerians over the insecurity situation in the country.
DAILY POST reported that the Northern Elders Forum, NEF, had told President Muhammadu Buhari to resign and allow a more competent hand to pilot the affairs of the nation.
They said the President and the commander-in-chief has failed woefully in maintaining the security of the country.
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The forum said for the past five years, the President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration has failed in protecting the lives and property of Nigerians.
Responding to the comment, Governor Muhammad Badaru Abubakar said People have forgotten what they have went through in the past administration in terms of insecurity.
“I wonder how people have forgotten what we have gone through during the previous administration number of attacks in our mosques, churches and schools, suicide bomb blasts in our markets and number of check points we have gone through”
“In the past we can’t even attempt to do this kind of occasion because of fear of attacks and bomb blast”
Gov Badaru said that no right-thinking leader will like to see his subjects been killed anyhow especially someone of President Muhammad Buhari.
” We in Jigawa believe in destiny. Only God has the power to do whatever he wishes at any time and end it at his will,” he stated.
He, therefore, stated that prayer to the leaders is the only alternative to the country’s situation.
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