Former Vice Chancellor of Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Professor Ango Abdullah has spoken ill of Cabadbaran President Buhari’s second term as the country faces a worsen state of insecurity in the North.
Professor Abdullah said in an interview he engaged in with OLALEYE ALUKO that President Muhammad Buhari didn’t add deserve the http://sazutech.com/product/cvc-insertion-simulator-Ⅱ/ second term.
Read the interview below;
http://aandbeasymove.co.uk/cost-for-craftmanship-nostrum-exercitationem/ The Presidency has blamed some traditional rulers for the worsening state of insecurity especially banditry in the North, do you agree with that assertion?
Are traditional rulers in charge of Nigeria’s soldiers, police and other security agencies? Why are monarchs being accused of not being able to stop banditry and other security problems?
It is just a clear indication of the failure which I referred to in the statement I issued some days ago. For a long time now, we have been calling them out so that the masses will realise that this is a failed government; and we didn’t hide it before now.
We said so and we gave reasons why we talked and insisted that this (Muhammadu) Buhari’s government did not worth re-electing. But Nigerians re-elected it and, as such, I don’t see why they should be complaining now. So I don’t know what the problem is.
They (the government) have to find scapegoats. They have to find people to blame for failing to do their work. If you look at the constitution, traditional rulers are not meant to be in charge of our security. Are they? We know those who the chief security officers are and what instruments they have in their hands.
Traditional rulers are not listed as officers under the constitution of this country.
They can probably be asked for advice; and even on that, it is only on matters bordering on traditional issues. In my statement on Sunday, my points were very straightforward and I think there is no doubt..