President Buhari Does Not Condone Incompetence, Says Adesina

16 March, 2018, 01:44 | Author: Joy Garcia
  • Presidency bars PUNCH, others from covering Buhari's Benue visit

"There is a renewed resolve to make sure that the killings and bad security situation in Benue state abates". I am getting to know this at this meeting.

Nevertheless, the President also told the people of Benue State to accommodate their fellow countrymen. Next are Yobe, Zamfara and Rivers States.

He said the fact remained that Buhari was in full charge of the government and he had been running it efficiently.

The party said the president had irredeemably indicted himself, adding that such unpardonable slipshod attitude to governance was directly responsible for his government's wrecking of the country's once robust economy as well as other woes that have befallen the country's in his nearly three years in office.

It is very unfortunate that the promise of turning Nigeria into paradise by Buhari during his campaign rallies has now turned to Benue State becoming a killing field and a grazing arena for the Fulani herdsmen and their cattle. I can not do that.

"We would like to restate our determination to ensure that the attacks and killings are brought to an end, and perpetrators to justice".

Meanwhile, the killer-herdsmen have launched a fresh attack in Plateau State, leaving 25 people dead.

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He said 60 percent of the IDPs were sadly children who ordinarily should have been in school. It wouldn't have taken place.

"The level of destruction is actually worrisome and that is the more reason why there is every need for the Federal Government to consider availing these churches some form of compensation, so that we can rebuild the effected structures and also effect repairs on others".

"The primary, secondary schools, health centres and churches destroyed in several communities should be rebuilt for use again", he added.

"As a born again Christian and someone who believes in the fear of God, I can not and we have never encouraged the establishment of any militia group", he said.

The Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, Mr. Femi Adesina, had said this while answering questions during a radio programme, Political Platform, on RayPower FM.

The presidency said on its Twitter account that the Police chief is expected to give a vivid account of activities of the police in Benue State and other parts of the country affected by terrorism.

"If the presidency is not committed to monitoring critical issues such as security, then Nigerians are no longer in doubt as to why other sectors, particularly our once robust economy, had gone comatose under the Buhari administration".

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