Femi Adesina, President Muhammadu Buhari’s Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, has launched an onslaught on Senate Minority Leader, Senator Eyinnaya Abaribe.
Adesina, who was referring to Abaribe, said the Senator should be in prison house for supporting “someone bent on dismembering Nigeria.”
Abaribe from Abia S had stood as surety for Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, in 2017.
The lawmaker and 2 others’ stand up led to an Abuja Federal High Tribunal granting Kanu bail on Apr 25, 2017.
But, the Senate Minority Leader encountered some troubles after Kanu jumped bail and fled Nigeria the same twelvemonth.
Kanu had claimed to have fled Nigeria after an alleged effort on his life by soldiers in Abia in September 2017.
The pro-Biafra activist has since been rearrested and is currently locked upward by the Department of Province Services, DSS.
Nevertheless nonetheless, in a veiled response, Adesina accused Abaribe of using “foul linguistic communication against those in leadership” patch he supported those pushing for Nigeria’s breakup.
The article titled: “Weighty Matters In relation to Our Country,” reads partly: “Some people incite violence through words or actions, thus exacerbating the security challenges we have. You wonder where they are from, and why they would farther stoke a burning flame with incendiary materials.
“There is one funny Senator who talks in relation to the mismanagement of our diversity as a country, yet he daily uses foul linguistic communication against those in leadership. He stood surety for someone bent on the dismemberment of the country, and when that one vanished, and he should have been cooling his feet in prison house, the Senator still spews nonsense. Main’ mismanager’ of our diversity. And the President had words for him and his ilk, who be around the country.
“We are ready to arrest and prosecute all persons inciting violence through words or activity. Our resolve for a peaceful, united, and one Nigeria remains resolute and unwavering.
“The seeds of violence are planted in people’s heads through words. Reckless utterances of a few have led to losses of many harmless lives and devastation of properties.”
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