House of Representatives Speaker, Femi Gbajabiamila, has denied contrasting the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) and Yoruba Nation fomenters to Boko Haram and Islamic State’s West Africa Province (ISWAP).
The illustrative of the Surulere space of Lagos is enduring an onslaught for his remarks at Wednesday’s plenary.
A explanation Wednesday night by his representative, Lanre Fasasi demanded there was no notice of any gathering during Gbaja’s address.
He noticed that the Speaker censured scoundrels and crooks for exploiting the dissenter tumults to do corrupt acts.
Fasasi said his chief communicated worry about arising dangers that present the undeniable danger.
He cited Gbajabiamila as saying: “In the South of Nigeria, East and West, reprobates and hoodlums taking on the appearance of rebel activists have arisen to unleash ruin, take lives and perpetrate financial harm against individual Nigerians and the state.
“These public, in their tendency for decimating viciousness against kinsmen, their craving for the obliteration of private property, their disturbance of scholarly exercises, trade, and industry, their affinity for contaminating organizations of the state, society and local area, their refusal to take part in banter, or to think about disagreeing suppositions and elective perspectives, are the same as Boko Haram and ISWAP.”
Fasasi said what was prominent in the discourse was the attention on the exercises of lowlifes, lawbreakers and consequences for the country.
The associate focused on that the Speaker never sentenced secessionists or contrasted them with terrorists.
“The Speaker isn’t the only one on the worry about a clear rise of a band of scoundrels and hoodlums as various devoted Nigerians have communicated comparable concerns”, the assertion added.
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