- The presidency said the government led by President Muhammadu Buhari had done enough to address the insecurity in Nigeria
- A special adviser to the president for Media and publicity, Femi Adesina, announced this on Thursday September 9th.
- However, Adesina criticized those who criticized the president for insecurity and said they were evil men and women, the Buhari. want to fail
Aso-Rock, Abuja – Nigeria’s presidency has criticized President Muhammadu Buhari for the insecurity in Nigeria mean and do so with their evil hearts.
Adesina said Buhari inherited uncertainty, but some people want to make it the definition of his government.
However, he added that the military’s results so far have shown that Buhari has kept his promise to protect Nigeria.
The Presidency l aide said:
“For those who believe in the inevitable victory of good over evil, this has been an inspiring week no matter how long it takes. From the forests of a thousand demons in Zamfara, Kaduna, Niger States are beaten, among other things, bandits, criminals, malefactors.
“In their scores, score after scores, si in language they understand and sent them to God to answer for their sins. We have never been more proud of our military.
“I see the hair-splitting about whether they should be called terrorists and not bandits, and I laugh. Pure sophistry. Whether they are insurgents, bandits, kidnappers, ritual killers, criminals Criminals. And what do you do with them? Eliminate. Annihilate. Extinguish. If they don’t allow society to be decent, then leave them out. This is a case where an eye for an eye doesn’t blind the whole world. ”
He added that the governments tried to negotiate with the bandits, but they were stubborn, adding that they are like dogs doomed to be destroyed refused to hear the hunters whistling.
“If you chose a short sleeve, he cut your hand from your elbow If you wanted to do it for a long time, it would do it off the wrist, and after a while it swarmed Sierra Leone from amputees. He urinated in the same well from which he got drinking water. “
The presidency replies to Sheikh Gumi that bandits are going to hell
It was reported that Gumi stated that the current military attack on bandits in Zamfara state and other parts of the northwest would not produce the desired results. September attacked the cleric, saying Gumi’s position on the military bombing of the bandits was “wrong”.