HURIWA slams President Muhammadu Buhari for referring to all Igbos as IPOB
Human Writers Association of Nigeria, HURIWA has said that Muhammadu Buhari is not worthy to be called the President of Nigeria.
HURIWA also claims President Buhari’s method of keeping mute and confining himself to the comfort of the villa appears to be the best option since his recent comments are divisive.
The rights group said the President must henceforth return to his old ways and speak less because, as HURIWA noted, his public speeches of late rather than give hope and faith in the unity of Nigeria, evoke old faultlines threatening to tear Nigeria apart.
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Sarkin Fulani Speaks On Igangan Attack
The Sarkin Fulani of Igangan, Salihu AbdulKadir, has denied any involvement in the recent killings in Igangan community of Oyo State.
Mr AbdulKadir, who was evicted from the community months ago, said this in Ilorin, Kwara State, on Thursday.
He also alleged that members of Odua Peoples Congress (OPC) in a reprisal attack, killed eight Fulani men in Igangan and Elekokan near Igangan during the week.
He, however, called on both Oyo State and the federal government to probe the crisis and bring the perpetrators to book.
Afenifere, PDP flay Buhari over interview
The Pan Yoruba Socio-Political group, Afenifere, and the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), on Thursday, flayed President Muhammadu Buhari’s interview.
The Secretary-General of Afenifere, Chief Sola Ebiseni, faulted President Buhari’s claims during an interview with Arise TV.
Speaking on the lopsided appointments of President Buhari, the Afenifere said “The President’s claim that his appointment in the armed forces is based on merit and seniority and not to satisfy geopolitical zones, is a violation of the letters and intendment of the provisions of sections 217-220 dealing with the Armed Forces of the federation and appointments thereto.