A Chieftain of the All Progressives Congress, Sula Iko-Sami, has faulted these calling for the resignation of President Muhammadu Buhari, insisting that he has not failed in finishing up his duties.
Iko-Sami who made an look on Channels TV’s Politics Today on Wednesday, mentioned whereas it’s okay to criticize insurance policies which have failed, it’s mistaken to ask the President to resign.
President Buhari’s administration had been hinged primarily on three factors; preventing insecurity, corruption, and assuaging poverty. But with the difficulty of insecurity and killings showing to be on the rise, requires his resignation have been on the rise.
When requested if the President has performed properly, Iko-Sami mentioned “No, he has not failed”.
He additionally described the difficulty of insecurity as a world one that isn’t peculiar to Nigeria, including that the President is doing the very best he can.
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“You cannot attribute every issue to partisan view. You can criticize where government has failed, you can critic govt policies and provide alternatives but you cannot ask a president to resign when you and I know that if you rank all the policies the president has bestowed in this country, he is succeeding.
“Our security challenge is a global challenge and this government is facing it head on. Just like I said, is the need to rejig some of the security policies of our government and everyday, we get to change command, service chiefs, there are many things the president could do but that is at his own discretion”.
This comes simply hours after the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Honourable Femi Gbajabiamila, mentioned the President has agreed to deal with the reps on the state of insecurity within the nation, as requested by the lawmakers.
Addressing journalists after a gathering with the president, Gbajabiamila mentioned the president is extra involved than most individuals perceives and isn’t resting on his oars to resolve the nation’s insecurity drawback.
The name adopted the killing of at the least 110 farmers in Zabarmari, Borno State (based on the United Nations) on Saturday by suspected Boko Haram terrorists.