The Presidency has insisted that it’s going to not reply to feedback suggesting Nigeria is on the point of disintegration if President Muhammadu Buhari doesn’t “do one thing or another.”
The Presidential spokesman, Garba Shehu, in a collection of tweets on Friday described as ‘unpatriotic outbursts’ feedback suggesting that Nigeria will break up.
He mentioned these feedback are each “unhelpful and unwarranted” and the Federal Government is not going to succumb to threats.
“Repeat: this administration will not take any decision against the interests of 200 million Nigerians, who are the President’s first responsibility under the constitution, out of fear or threats especially in this hour of a health crisis,” Shehu mentioned.
See his full assertion beneath…
The Presidency responds to the recurring threats to the company existence of the nation with factions giving particular timelines for the President to do one factor or one other or else, of their language, “the nation will break up.”
This is to warn that such unpatriotic outbursts are each unhelpful and unwarranted as this authorities is not going to succumb to threats and take any determination out of strain at a time when the nation’s full consideration is required to take care of the safety challenges going through it at a time of the Covid-19 well being disaster.
Repeat: this administration is not going to take any determination towards the pursuits of 200 million Nigerians, who’re the President’s first accountability below the structure, out of worry or threats particularly on this hour of a well being disaster.
The President as an elected chief below this structure will proceed to work with patriotic Nigerians, by way of and consistent with the Parliamentary processes to discovering options to structural and different impediments to the expansion and wellbeing of the nation and its individuals.
THE Presidency responds to the recurring threats to the company existence of the nation with factions giving particular timelines for the President to to do one factor or one other or else, of their language, “the nation will break up.”
— Garba Shehu (@GarShehu) December 11, 2020