HOT!!! President Buhari Finally Drops Bombshell, Issues Strong Warning To Sunday Igboho and Nnamdi Kanu
In reaction to the country’s escalating wave of insecurity fueled by organized criminal gangs, President Muhammadu Buhari has read the Riot Act to secessionists and terrorists, threatening to arrest and bring them to court.
He also declared that he will not stop fighting until the country is free of “divisive influences.”
The president made the remarks at the Progressives Youth Conference in Abuja on Monday, which was organized by the party’s Caretaker Extraordinary Convention Planning Committee CECPC and hosted by the National Youth Leader’s office.
“As you are all aware, we are now dealing with some internal security issues, and as Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces, I can assure you that no effort will be spared in dealing with them.
“Every criminal element that has taken up arms against the nation’s and its people’s peace will be brought to justice,” I’ve spoken several times in recent weeks.
“I am delighted to see that we are beginning to see results, and we will continue to improve until the country is free of such divisive elements,” Buhari remarked, who was represented by Mr Boss Mustapha, Secretary to the Federation Government.
He asked APC members to follow the party’s manifesto and constitution.
While those documents may not be perfect, he believes they were put together to ensure that the party’s elected and appointed members perform properly while devising and implementing policies that are not only beneficial but also equitable to all Nigerians.
“Fairness and inclusiveness have guided all of this administration’s policies, initiatives, programs, and even nominees,” he continued. There hasn’t been a single part of the country that hasn’t profited from regionally targeted infrastructure, agriculture, and economic support measures. A region’s deficiencies in one area are compensated for in another.
“As a parting shot, I’d like to encourage you to never lose hope or give up on our common aim of nation-building. Keep in mind that Nigeria is the only country we have. Every one of us has a responsibility to contribute to the growth and prosperity of the country.
“Let us take this opportunity to put the negative experiences and disagreements of the past behind us as we work to construct a brighter future for the APC and our dear country, Nigeria,” he said.
However, a Yoruba activist known as Sunday Igboho declared a few days ago that the ‘Yoruba Nation’ demonstration will be held on July 3rd in Lagos State, one of Nigeria’s most prosperous Southwestern states. Many people are waiting, since some Nigerians feel a drama could emerge on the scheduled date.
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