President Buhari has threat on those causing insecurity in the country, he said that the activist where too young to remember what happened during the civil war that lasted for 30 months (1967-1970).
President Buhari made these st6atement at the Presidential Villa in Abuja after the chairman of INEC reported to him of the series of attacks that has been happening in some of the electoral facilities.
This statement made by president Buhari was published by Femi Adesina, Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, the statement was headed, ” Those who wish to destroy this country will face shock, says President Buhari. “
Meanwhile the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has advised President Buhari not to stop threat and adopt a good means of tackling the insecurity challenges in the country.
The insecurity on Nigeria started after Buhari was re-elected in 2019.
Kidnappings and murder by armed herders and bandits have occurred in other zones that had previously been tranquil.
Following the attack of INEC offices, the chairman of INEC and the Commissioner meet the president on Tuesday, which after the report made president Buhari offer strong warning to causing insecurity in the country.
“I receive daily security reports on the attacks, and it is evident that those who are behind them want this administration to fail, “he stated.
“Nigeria’s insecurity is now being talked about all over the world. You have to question what all the people who desire power, whatever they are, actually want.
“Whoever wishes to bring down the system will be in for a rude awakening very soon. We’ve given them plenty of opportunities. “
In response to concerns that the burning of INEC facilities may jeopardize the upcoming elections in 2023, Buhari stated that he would provide the electoral commission with whatever it required to function.
“We would completely back INEC so that no one can claim we don’t want to go or that we don’t want a third term. Failure will not be tolerated. “We will comply with all INEC demands, ” he stated.
In response to the President’s remark, the PDP called on him to back up his words with deeds and take the lead in the battle against insecurity.
Kola Ologbondiyan, the PDP’ s National Publicity Secretary, mentioned this in a conversation with one of our journalists.
” On the matter of security, Nigerians expect Mr. President to lead the fight against insecurity from the front, as he promised during his electioneering, ” he added.
” However, Mr. President’ s inaction today is to blame for the flood of instability that has hit our country. Nigerians also expect these concerns to be addressed so that Nigerians can sleep with their two eyes closed. “
” The least Nigerians demand from the President for INEC to perform optimally is for him to examine the Electoral Act revision which he refused to assent to, ” the PDP spokesperson said of the 2023 elections.
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