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Nnamdi Kanu, bandits: El-Rufai has failed, should be forced to resign – HURIWA boss




Comrade Emmanuel Onwubiko, Nationwide Coordinator, Human Rights Writers Affiliation of Nigeria, HURIWA, has mentioned that Governor Nasir El-Rufai of Kaduna State ought to have been compelled to resign having failed as governor.


The HURIWA boss, talking with DAILY POST, questioned how El-Rufai is attempting to justify the heinous actions of terrorist teams within the North such because the bandits by saying that they’re totally different from the Indigenous Individuals of Biafra, IPOB.

El-Rufai had, whereas giving his opinion on how Boko Haram insurgents and bandits are totally different from IPOB and their chief, Nnamdi Kanu, mentioned that Boko Haram and bandits wouldn’t have a recognised and centralised management.

He mentioned Kanu is a visual and central chief who has referred to as for the dissolution of Nigeria.

And Onwubiko famous that these bandits and different terrorist organisations within the North are threatening the territorial integrity; threatening the nation’s peace and undermining nationwide safety.

He questioned why “a person like El-Rufai, who ought to have been compelled to resign as a result of he has failed as a governor, is similar individual that’s attempting to offer justification in attempting to say that IPOB is totally different from bandits.”

“I don’t perceive the type of wapt logic that these persons are utilizing. These persons are destroying your area for crying out laud; they’re destroying colleges within the North; they’re raping ladies massively and you’ve got a person in Kaduna who’s a Muslim cleric, he’s so above the regulation they’re all afraid to arrest him and ask him questions.

“He’s holding conferences on a regular basis with the Fulani bandits which are armed with refined weapons and no one is asking the correct query: ‘the place are these boys getting this refined amounitions which are being displayed by the terrorists?”

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