Buhari should speak to Nigerians over Insecurity — Melaye

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Buhari should speak to Nigerians over Insecurity — Melaye
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Former Kogi West Senator Dino Melaye has called on President Muhammadu Buhari to speak directly to Nigerians over the worrisome insecurity across the country.

He stated the President cannot continue to speak to Nigerians through his spokespersons — Garba Shehu and Femi Adesina.

Melaye spoke on Friday during an interview on Africa Independent Television (AIT) monitored by The Nation.

He said: “President Buhari needs to speak to Nigerians directly, he needs to communicate with the media. Our President is absent, and this has negative concomitant effects on the war against insecurity in the country.

“It is very pathetic but our President is not available. All we hear is presidency says; we didn’t vote for Garba Shehu or Femi Adesina.

“All our security challenges boils down to leadership failure. This man has shown more than enough evidence that he has no capacity to run this country.

“President Buhari should, in the interest of children yet unborn, in the interest of Nigerians that are dying, excuse us. It is simple, he should resign.

“It is expected they will speak like that, because both chambers of the national assembly, the leadership of the national assembly is a creation of the villa, as we speak now, National Assembly is a department of the villa

“It is evident in the National Assembly’s decision not to impeach Buhari despite the array of insecurity and gross display of incompetence by this government.”

 

This post was written by Chinedu Ibeakanma.

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