- Miyetti Allah has slammed governors of the southwest region over their position on herdsmen
- Saleh Alhassan, the spokesperson of the group revealed that the governors stance is hampering the chances of Bola Tinubu as president
- Tinubu, a former Lagos governor and APC national leader, is rumoured to be eyeing the 2023 presidency
A report by The Punch indicates that Miyetti Allah Kautal Ho*e has revealed the people obstructing Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu's rumoured 2023 presidential ambition.
The group made this known through its spokesman, Saleh Alhassan, on Wednesday, March 24, who was a guest on an online interview programme, The Roundtable.
According to Alhassan, the southwest governors' anti-herdsmen stance would affect the chances of the national leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC).
Though the Miyetti Allah spokesman lauded Tinubu's idea to solve the farmers-herders crisis, Alhassan said Nigeria was not yet ready to embrace or implement “progressive solutions”.
Speaking further, the group's spokesman explained that he expected Tinubu to call political godsons that are causing confusion to order.
He added that the if former Lagos governor says more the governors would probably say Tinubu is pushing for his presidential ambition.
Adebanjo is of the opinion that the APC national leader does not want to offend the Nigerian leader as he believes Buhari will make him president in 2023.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that Shehu Sani mocked Tinubu, for his long silence on the brewing Fulani herdsmen-farmer crisis in the southwest.
In a tweet on Wednesday, February 3, the former lawmaker said Tinubu's continuous hush over the ethnic tension generated by the eviction notice issued to the herders in Oyo and Ondo states is because he does not want to "lose his cap."
Sani said Tinubu's silence is a coward attempt by the Jagaban (Tinubu's pseudonym) to save his "caps and shoes."
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Source: Legit Nigeria