A former MP who represented Kaduna Central in the Senate, Shehu Sani, has responded to an open battle that broke out between soldiers and Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) personnel.
Although Sani did not mention the date when this disturbing event took place, it was evident in the video that it happened on a freeway in the afternoon.
The fight that started as an argument degenerated into a serious fight between law enforcement officers and armed security agents.
Look at this quite embarrassing video in this link.
The former senator responded to the video with wide-eyed emoticons.
Insecurity lingers on Nigeria because we have a weak president, stressed Shehu Sani.
Meanwhile, President Buhari was d blamed it’s country.
According to Sani, the uncertainty has continued because the president is either too timid or too weak to take action against his subordinates. He said this while appearing as a guest speaker on a program.
“People in leadership positions fail and they will continue to fail, because we have a president who is too weak to take action against his subordinates.
“If you are a security guard, military personnel or secret service, you are in the chair or head of the local government or state and there are constant attacks in your place and nothing is achieved, it is the responsibility of the President, such kind remove from people and bring in new people.
“Security issues sometimes require things like this. There have been persistent allegations that this terrorism and banditry is perpetuated due to complicity or cooperation with security agencies.”
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In another report, Transport Minister Rotimi Amaechi said every citizen would be protected if elected President of Nigeria.
At a meeting Tuesday, April 26 with Imo Governor Hope Uzodimma and APC stakeholders in the state, Amaechi said he would be honest with any Nigerian if given the opportunity.
The presidential candidate added that all he needs is for Nigerians to trust him and give him the opportunity to lead 2023.