“He Can No Longer Do Anything” Abaribe Says Buhari Should Resign!
Minority Leader of the Senate, Enyinnaya Abaribe, calls for President Muhammadu Buhari’s resignation over failure to efficiently curtail the security challenges in Nigeria. Abaribe spoke after Senate Leader, Yahaya Abdullahi, presented his motion on rising security challenges in the country.
Read Abaribe’s statement below:
We did not elect the chief of staff, we did not elect the national security adviser. We elected the government of APC in 2015 and reelected them in 2019.
The reason why we re-elected them was that they continue to tell us that they have the key to security and the whole Nigeria voted for them in 2015 election. And I’m saying Mr president, when you want to deal with a matter you go to the head, so we will go to the government and ask this government to resign because they can no longer do anything in this country.
Mr president in conclusion. Yes, Nigerians voted a government into power and that government even said if we don’t perform, stone us. We are going with the stones to stone them now because they are no longer delivering.
Mr president because we have to get to the root of this matter, I can only say one thing. Those who live by propaganda will die by propaganda”
Below is Abaribe Buhari’s resignation video:
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In reaction to this, some law-makers took to their twitter page to share their opinion on #BuhariResign. Read their tweets below:
On this matter, Buhari has also summoned a meeting of the National Security Council at the State House. In attendance is the Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo, and other senior government officials including Ministers of Defence, Interior, Police Affairs, Service and Intelligence Chiefs, and IG of Police.
National Security Council Meeting ongoing at the State House. President @MBuhari presiding. In attendance: Vice Pres @ProfOsinbajo, Ministers of Defence, Interior, Police Affairs; Service and Intelligence Chiefs, IG of Police, and other senior government officials. #asovillatoday pic.twitter.com/Oum1LRp84J
— Presidency Nigeria (@NGRPresident) January 30, 2020
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