Governor Samuel Ortom of Benue State has requested President Muhammadu Buhari to hand over power to Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, claiming that the president lacks the capacity to save the country from the country’s increasing economic and security problems.
“Since the beginning of our country Nigerian, even before independence, we have never experienced this sort of nepotism that is going on in our country,” the governor stated yesterday during an encounter with newsmen in Makurdi, among others. This amount of division in our country has never been seen before. We’ve never seen such levels of insecurity or had such a severe economic downturn as we are experiencing now.
“Being a grassroots person, I understand the feelings of the people on the ground.” I am saddened, and I pity our country’s President, since those around him are fooling him, and he is unaware of our people’s misery. We were instructed that the primary role of any government is to ensure the safety of people and property. The current degree of insecurity in the country is concerning.
“Those who are complacent and live in their comfort zones without considering the reality of what is going on in our country today should reconsider.” It is indeed terrible that Benue state has approximately 1.5 million internally displaced persons (IDPs) out of a projected seven million inhabitants, with more than 80% of the IDPs being farmers, earning us the moniker “food basket of the nation.” They are currently residing in IDP camps and are struggling. As if that wasn’t bad enough, every day you wake up to the news that Fulanis, with the approval of the federal government, have decided to make life in Benue State unpleasant for my people.
“How can we enable the APC-led Federal Government to operate with such impunity in our country?” How can they allow Fulani herders to slaughter, rape, and murder our women and children? As a result, the Federal Government has entirely failed, and I urge our President, Muhammadu Buhari, to accept responsibility for the reality that he has failed this country and to retire honorably as President of Nigeria.
“He can quit and pass over control of the country’s affairs to his Vice President; otherwise, the country would implode.” No surprise I saw a videotape in 2014 in which the President assured Nigerians that his APC government will transform the country from top to bottom.” And if nothing is done today, if the president does not rise to the challenge of leading this country from the bottom to the top, we will sink beneath the surface.
“Those who are remaining silent should do so, but I have spoken. They can insult me and then send the EFCC after me, declaring all of our good deeds to be illegal. But I have nothing to conceal, and if you pursue me, I will take you to court since I have nothing to hide.
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“All I will ever stand for is truth, equity, fairness, and justice.” This country is ours collectively. It has nothing to do with a Fulani president or President Muhammadu Buhari. We’ve had Fulani presidents that I consider to be among the best we’ve ever had. President Shagari, a Fulani from the caliphate, was present.
“He was an excellent leader.” He ensured the safety of people and property. President Yar’adua, a Fulani from Katsina state, was in charge. He did exceptionally well, and no one has presented a better solution to the Niger Delta situation than President Yar’adua, a Fulani man, until tomorrow.
“Today’s issue is ineptitude, non-performance, barefooted leadership, lame-duck leadership, and someone without a vision and direction to lead our country.”
“As a result, I urge President Muhammadu Buhari to step down.” If he wants APC to remain, he should delegate authority to his Vice President. Anyone who lies to President Buhari by telling him he has done well is a liar.”
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