Kwankwaso Comes Hard on Buhari, Speaks on Insecurity, APC Failure

Kwankwaso Comes Hard on Buhari, Speaks on Insecurity, APC Failure

  • President Muhammadu Buhari has been accused of paying deaf ears to security challenges faced by Nigerians in the country
  • Also accused alongside the president by Senator Rabiu Kwankwaso is the leadership of the ruling All Progressives Congress
  • Kwankwaso said even as a minister of defence, he never envisaged that the Nigeria's security system would deteriorate to its current level

The former governor of Kano state, Rabiu Kwankwaso, has accused President Muhammadu Buhari and the All Progressives (APC) led government of mismanaging Nigeria's security challenges.

Daily Trust reports that Kwankwaso who is the national leader of the New Nigeria Peoples Party (NNPP) and a former minister of defence said he never envisaged that the nation's security would deteriorate to this current state in such a short time.

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Kwankwaso has said that President Buhari has nothing more to offer Nigerians. Photo: Rabiu Kwankwaso
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Speaking with journalists in Abuja, Kwankwaso alleged that the present administration has continued to tell Nigerians that they are doing their best in terms of security while there is nothing more they can offer to tackle the challenges.

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Warning that a revolution is imminent by the Nigerian masses, Kwankwaso said it is important for the citizens to vote out the APC and make room for a new Nigeria.

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Kaduna-bound train attack

His words:

“I am sure every military man or anybody like me who had the opportunity to associate with the military must be very worried and surprised with what is happening in the country.
“We heard what happened recently concerning the train attack. Before then, it was the only hope that Nigerians were having to go to Kaduna and link up to other places."

Calling on the present administration to take the security of the country serious, said it should be noted that many had advised that there would be a possible attack on the train but that was ignored by the government at the federal level.

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He added:

"As a former minister of defence, I never thought insecurity would go this low in this country within a short period of time. I always sit down to ask myself ‘how did we find ourselves in this mess?’ But as we always say, our issue is leadership.
“They (APC led government) had the opportunity to do something for this country but they didn’t. Nigerians are angry. Nigerians would do whatever they can to vote and protect their vote."

To facilitate release of abducted Abuja-Kaduna train passengers, FG makes 1 important move, relatives react

The federal government had opened a communication channel with the abductors of passengers on the Monday, March 28, Kaduna-bound train.

This information was disclosed by the chairman of a group of relatives of victims of the ill-fated train Jimoh Fatai.

Fatai said they are hopeful that their loved ones would be released and return home to their families in due time.

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Abuja-Kaduna train attack: Kidnappers have refused to speak to us, abducted passengers' relatives lament

Fresh details had emerged from some relatives of those abducted during the attack on the Abuja-Kaduna train.

The relatives said that the terrorists who are holding their loved ones captive have refused to have any dealings with them.

According to the relatives of the abducted victims, the Nigerian government has not shown any concern for their plight.

The family members confirmed that the terrorists have made it clear that they would only negotiate with the federal government.


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