Insecurity: Nigerians, not Buhari, responsible- Kogi Governor
The Governor of Kogi State, Yahaya Bello has blamed Nigerians for the insecurity challenge in the country, insisting that President Muhammadu Buhari should not be blamed for the current crisis.
Mr Bello said this while giving a keynote address at the National Security conference organised by the National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) yesterday in Abuja. Information Guide Nigeria
As reported by Peoplesgazette, in Bello’s words: “Who are we ready to do political hallelujah boys for? Take the facts and tell ourselves the truth that the situation that we find ourselves in today, we exactly called for it”.
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“Security is the business of each and every one of us. I want to use myself as an example, and as I always say, I will never fail in my responsibilities and blame it on President Muhammadu Buhari.” jamb results
According to Bello, the security agencies are the politicians, adding that Nigerian youths should choose the country’s next president conscientiously.
“Take your minds a little off the service chiefs. The top-level management of security in Nigeria are the politicians, the political class who are those that are in charge of our political decisions. The question now is, who are we projecting?” the Kogi governor reasoned. “Show me his records. All of us have our history from the inception of democracy in this country; that is the responsibility that rests on our shoulders.”
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