Update: Breaking: “You want Buhari to give you security? You’ll wait forever. It’s not Buhari’s job to protect so called Nigerians, if he gives orders to security agencies and nobody obeys, then what? under normal clime Buhari should have resigned longtime ago, he has no integrity left in him, until he secures emergence of Fulani-Islamic-State […]
Update: Breaking: “You want Buhari to give you security? You’ll wait forever. It’s not Buhari’s job to protect so called Nigerians, if he gives orders to security agencies and nobody obeys, then what? under normal clime Buhari should have resigned longtime ago, he has no integrity left in him, until he secures emergence of Fulani-Islamic-State under Sokoto Caliphate, they will continue this extra-judicial-killings”–International Human Rights Monitor, IHRM, Executive Director, C.U.O. Umunna
New York[RR]New York-Abuja–Reacting to comments allegedly coming from Senate’s Chambers in Federal Capital Territory, FCT, Abuja, where Senate is curiously calling on Mohammadu Buhari to protect Nigerians from massive extra-judiciary killings across the what is called Nigeria by his kinsmen Fulani-herdsmen, International Human Rights Monitor,IHRM, Executive Director, C.U.O. Umunna said that “Nigeria is a failed State, a society of clanishism, where folks pretend to themselves that they have a government in place that would under normal circumstances are answerable to citizenry, whose responsibility includes protection of life and property, equality before the law, et al. Curiously, in this case, if you want to wait for Buhari and his armed forces to provide security for the citizenry you will wait forever. You can insult him and this government from now till thy kingdom come, the truth of the matter is that “It is not the Job of Buhari to protect so called Nigerians, if he gives orders to security agencies and nobody obeys, what do you want him to do, albeit on paper Buhari is chief law enforcement officer, but under present manifestations surrounding him and his kinsmen/herdsmen, his suspicious comments about Sharia in the past and today, his body language, and much more, Buhari should have resigned longtime ago, if he still has anything near integrity modicum. The man don’t care about Nigeria, he want you land, your blood, to create his Islamic State under Sokoto Caliphate. So, stop waiting for Buhari and arm your selves, arm your families, protect your lands, protect your families, protect your ancestral inheritance (territorial space) by any means necessary, stop crying to these blood sucker called Mohammadu Buhari, because you will wait forever, forget failed State called Nigeria, it is not coming back…It’s a failed State, it is a failed State, it is a failed State, get it….”–International Human Rights Monitor, IHRM, Executive Director, C.U.O. Umunna, cautioned protection expecters, and spectators.
Buhari’s past comments are indicators of his perspectives and worldviews about what you are clamoring for–“Buhari don’t about Nigeria. He wants create Islamic State by your blood, and by any means necessary. Stop waiting for Buhari’s Fulani- Islamic Military to provide you with security because it won’t happen. Defend your land now, defend your family now, defend your territorial space now or perish in deprivation, decadence and near extinction. you have been warned”–IHRM, Executive Director C.U.O. Umunna warned.
“On allegation of deepening division in the country under Buhari regime, Juaid Mohammed said: “The country is more divided under Buhari than it has ever been. I have been around even before the civil war and I am now 68 years. What you just said is a valid observation. As for the reasons, I can only give you my personal opinion and I am prepared to stand by it.
“There are a number of issues, the first is with the Buhari government, his presidency, and the cast of characters he attracted, or he deliberately brought into government.
“Buhari and his government are thoroughly incompetent. There have been other incompetent leaders. I don’t believe that Jonathan was better. But, at least in the case of Jonathan and some other leaders, we knew those who were in charge. In the case of the current administration, we don’t know who is in charge. They have a style of governance which cherishes secrecy and pretense. This is a government that not only talks about corruption, but lies about it.”
Mohammed also flayed Buhari’s handling of the killings by herdsmen in his interview with Guardian reporters published first on January 22, 2018, titled: ‘Buhari’s government has dragged Nigeria backward, says Junaid Mohammed”, said in part: “Look at the issue of security; that of the herdsmen. Instead of handling this matter, which is like brigands roaming around with their cattle and killing people everywhere, instead of the government calling it what it is, we are now giving it a tribal, religious and ethnic tone.
“This is an area the media have not done any good. Instead of looking at these issues intelligently, everybody is looking at it like, ‘Oh! they are agents of our enemies and as such we cannot resolve the problem.
“We understand that there are pressures on the land and that these people have nowhere to graze. We have to understand and look at it intelligently. But everybody is assuming some kind of reckless attitude. It will make sense if we know some of the social impulses that are bringing these problems. But, some want to handle it their way,” he said.
Buhari’s past Islamic State remarks:
In 2001 Buhari addressing supreme Islamic council in Kaduna said: “Sharia should be introduced in full across Nigeria…I will continue to show openly and inside me the total commitment to the Sharia movement that is sweeping all over Nigeria…God willing, we will not stop the agitation for the total implementation of the Sharia in the country…It is a legal responsibility which God has given us, within the context of one Nigeria, to continue to uphold the practice of Sharia wholeheartedly and to educate non-Muslims that they have nothing to fear…What remains for Muslims in Nigeria is for them to redouble their efforts, educate Muslims on the need to promote the full implementation of Sharia law.” – Former Military Head of State, Gen. (Rtd) Muhammadu Buhari, speaking in Kaduna at a seminar organized by the Supreme Council of Sharia in Nigeria, August 2001.”, he said
Meanwhile Senate berates Buhari on continued extra-judicial-killings across the space in a piece titled: “Senate To Buhari On Killings In The Country: Adhere To Oath Of Protecting Nigerians”. It challenged Buhari.
“The Senate has challenged President Muhammadu Buhari to as a matter of urgency, adhere strictly to the oath of protecting lives and property of Nigerians, when he took over the mantle of leadership of the country in 2015.
“The Senate also in very strong terms, condemned fresh attacks by suspected herdsmen on the people of Dekina and Omala local government areas of Kogi State where scores of people were reported killed on Wednesday. Against this backdrop the Upper chamber has urged President Buhari to direct the Chief of Army Staff, Lieutenant-General Tukur Buratai and the Inspector-General of Police, IGP, Ibrahim Idris, to move the military and the police to bring the situation under control. The Senate also asked IGP Idris to arrest the perpetrators of the fresh attacks, just as it sympathized with the families of those affected and observed a minute silence.
“The Upper chamber also asked the National Emergency Management Agency, NEMA to send relief materials and assistance to all the affected victims. Resolutions of the Senate, yesterday, were sequel to a point of Order by Senator Atai Ali Aidoko (PDP, Kogi East). Senator Aidoko, who cited orders 42 and 52, moved a motion on the gruesome killings in Dekina LGA, Kogi State by herdsmen.
Presenting the motion, Senator Aidoko claimed that 20 and 12 people each were killed in Dekina and Omala local government areas; 12 in Omala, while another five were maimed in the two areas on Wednesday, March 14.
“He expressed concern that “despite the widespread condemnation of the killings going on in other parts of the country, the perp etrators of this heinous crime have not been arrested and persecuted by the Nigerian Police Force. This has led to the continuation of the killings in the country”.
Senator Aidoko noted that “the senate is worried that the incessant attack impedes all well-meaning efforts at peace building.” In his contribution, Senate Leader, Senator Ahmad Lawan (APC, Yobe North), who cautioned against tagging the killers Fulani herdsmen, said Nigerians should see them as armed bandits, who are operating in every part of the country”, culled Obinna Sonye.
Credit: International Human Rights Monitor, IHRM, Executive Director, C.U.O. Umunna, IHRM, Senate Chambers, Abuja