Former Vice President Atiku Abubakar expressed his concerns about the worrisome level of insecurity in Nigeria, blaming President Bola Tinubu’s government for its perceived passivity. His judgment was harsh. On Tuesday, Atiku used his Twitter account to voice his disgust and draw attention to the growing number of kidnapping incidents occurring all throughout the nation. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>
According to Channels Television, in his tweet, Atiku did not mince words, stating, “Tinubu is playing fiddle while Nigeria is drowning in the ocean of insecurity. To imagine that the Commander-in-Chief is on a so-called private visit while kidnappers kill a nursing mother and grandmother in Abuja for failing to pay N90m ransom and two monarchs in Ekiti, among other regular tragedies besetting Nigerians.”
He went further to call for decisive action, asserting, “If the shoes are too big for Emilokan, he should step aside. Nigeria does not need another Tourist-in-Chief. The country needs 24/7 leadership to confront the pervasive insecurity and collapsing economy.”
President Tinubu assumed office last year with a promise to address the nation’s security challenges, including the jihadist insurgency in the North-East, criminal militias in the North-West, and intercommunal violence in central states.
However, Atiku and other critics argue that the issue of kidnapping has spiraled out of control, casting doubt on the effectiveness of the administration’s security measures. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>