Comrade Emmanuel Onwubiko, National Coordinator, Human Rights Writers Association of Nigeria, HURIWA, has said that Governor Nasir El-Rufai of Kaduna State ought to have been compelled to leave having bombed as governor.
The HURIWA chief, talking with DAILY POST, thought about how El-Rufai is attempting to legitimize the deplorable exercises of fear monger bunches in the North, for example, the scoundrels by saying that they are not quite the same as the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB.
El-Rufai had, while offering his input on how Boko Haram extremists and outlaws are unique in relation to IPOB and their chief, Nnamdi Kanu, said that Boko Haram and criminals don’t have a perceived and brought together leadership.
He said Kanu is a visible and central leader who has required the disintegration of Nigeria.
And Onwubiko noticed that these desperados and other psychological oppressor associations in the North are compromising the regional trustworthiness; compromising the nation’s tranquility and sabotaging public security.
He asked why “a man like El-Rufai, who ought to have been compelled to leave since he has fizzled as a lead representative, is the very individual that is attempting to give legitimization in attempting to say that IPOB is not the same as bandits.”
“I don’t comprehend the sort of wapt rationale that these individuals are utilizing. These individuals are annihilating your locale for shouting out commend; they are obliterating schools in the North; they are assaulting young ladies greatly and you have a man in Kaduna who is a Muslim minister, he is so exempt from the laws that apply to everyone else they’re all hesitant to capture him and ask him questions.
“He is holding gatherings all the time with the Fulani outlaws that are furnished with complex weapons and no one is posing the right inquiry: ‘where are these young men getting this modern amounitions that are being shown by the terrorists?”
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