“I feel the President has misplaced it. His response is at variance with the gravity of the insecurity within the nation”
Omoyele Sowore, human rights activist and pro-democracy campaigner, has blasted President Muhammadu Buhari for his feedback on the current spike in insecurity and kidnappings all around the nation upon arrival from London.
When requested on Sunday if a unique method could be employed to fight insurgents, Buhari had responded that Mohammed Adamu, the Inspector Basic of Police (IGP), was reducing weight, proof that he was working onerous.
Reacting to the assertion on Monday, Sowore mentioned: “I feel the President has misplaced it. His response is at variance with the gravity of the insecurity within the nation”.
In a video tweeted by VOA journalist Saleh Shehu Ashaka, on Twitter @AshakaSaleh, had requested the President: “Are we more likely to see a unique method within the struggle towards insecurity, particularly kidnapping, which is an enormous challenge now Sir?”
The President responded: “, I’ve simply seen the IG, he’s… I feel he’s reducing weight; so, I feel he’s working onerous.
Buhari arrived Nigeria from London the place he sought medical providers at a non-public hospital, opposite to claims by the presidency that the journey was a “personal go to”.
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