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MURIC blames Saraki-led Senate, ‘bad losers’ for insecurity under Buhari



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The Muslim Rights Concern (MURIC) has mentioned the Bukola Saraki-led Senate, agitators and dangerous losers precipitated the insecurity beneath the Muhammadu Buhari-administartion.

The Islamic organisation made the submission on Thursday in a press launch by its director, Professor Ishaq Akintola.

Akintola accused sure parts of manipulating data in an effort to incite Nigerians towards the federal authorities.

“Unhealthy losers among the many politicians are hell bent on making certain that the current administration fails. There are additionally anarchists whose important goal is to sabotage safety amenities,” he claimed.

MURIC recalled that the Saraki-led Senate on sixth April, 2018 rejected the President’s request for $1billion for the acquisition of arms.

The choice, in accordance with Akintola, was a “deliberate try” to frustrate the federal government’s resolve to safe the nation.

“Nigerians would have witnessed a drastic enchancment within the safety state of affairs had that request been granted.


“However the unpatriotic parts within the Senate ensured that the request was blocked. The identical politicians turned spherical accountable Buhari for the worsening safety state of affairs,” he added.

The assertion burdened that authorities’s efforts have been sabotaged in the course of the Finish SARS protests in October 2020.

It mentioned the discharge of prisoners, the burning of police stations and the looting of police armoury have been meant to trigger havoc.

On the assault on Imo State Police command headquarters, Akintola declared it was to make sure safety challenges persist.

The organisation mentioned the assault on Owerri jail the place 1,844 prisoners have been launched confirmed “the diabolical targets of the anarchists”.

The MURIC director urged residents to show enemies of peace, including that no one ought to suppose that one other chief has the magic wand.


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