*Says Buhari Isn’t Ready To Protect Lives And Properties In Nigeria
The Social Democratic Party, SDP, has charged all Nigerians to use their voters mandate to vote out President Muhammadu Buhari in 2019 over the poor level of security in the country that has giving rise to the incessant attacks of innocent Nigerians by the Fulani herdsmen..
SDP national publicity secretary, Princess Goldba Tolofari made this declaration in a press briefing in Abuja, where questioned Buhari’s poor reaction in taking decisive actions on the continuous attacks carried out by the Herdsmen in Plateau and some other states in Nigeria.
He urged President Muhammadu Buhari to think twice about what’s happening in tbe country and be able to save Nigeria from imminent genocide.
“Vote out APC so that lives and property can be saved. We need to make Nigeria great again. Nobody should be allowed to put our head down as a country.”
“Buhari is the Chief Security Officer of Nigeria. And on this premise, the life and property of Nigerians should be his top priority. So we are worried. The Social Democratic Party, SDP is worried. We are weeping. And as a woman, I am weeping in my heart.
“When you are travelling abroad on plane, the first thing any foreigner tells you is “I am afraid to come to Nigeria because of insecurity.”
“And we can’t go on as a people like this. This has to stop. The Federal government has to urgently do something about this waste of human blood. Every life of an individual citizen of Nigeria matters and, very important. They are not animals but human beings. The dead are people’s children, brothers, sisters, wives and husbands. As a woman, I am crying out loud.
“I want to commiserate with the people and government of Plateau State over the recent but unfortunate gruesome killing of their loved ones by the Fulani herdsmen. It is terrible that we are now living in our country with the fear of the unknown. The rate of insecurity in the country is worsening day by day. It has become an ugly incident of global discussion.
“Already we are crying over the poor
management of our economy, yet, people are being killed everyday. See the killings in Benue, Taraba, Plateau, Zamfara and many other states across the country. What a hell is going on in this great country! This killings must stop. Something must be done.”
By Augustine Akhilomen