Abaribe to Buhari Resign Now Over Insecurity Challenges


Senator Enyinaanya Abaribe has called on President Muhammadu Buhari to tender his resignation having failed to deliver the dividends of democracy as it relates with the insecurity issues prevalent  in the country.

The Senate minority leader made the  called on Wednesday  during plenary while lawmakers were discussing a motion on national security challenges and calls for restructuring   Channel’s Tv reports

The senator while giving reasons why he called for the President’s resignation said it was due to failure on the President’s part to solve the insecurity challenges in the country, he opined that Buhari’s administration has failed to tackle the issue along with the issue of  power in the country years after they were elected by Nigerians.

Meanwhile his colleagues at the chamber called for the resignation of all service chiefs including the Inspector General of Police Mohammed Adamu, they opined that they have run out of ideas on what is required to fight insecurity in the land.

Senator Istifanus Gyang, who moved a motion earlier while relying on order 42 and 52 of Senate Standing Rules, revealed that a total of 27 people were killed on Tuesday in renewed attacks on Kwattas, Ruboi and Marish communities of Plateau state, the senators condemned the abduction and killings of Nigerians the the state and warned against diving the people along ethnic-religious lines.

He said, “The consequential effects of this defective anti-Plateau narrative have led to the abduction of over six persons – four males and two females.

“Three boys including an undergraduate of the University of Maiduguri were brutally murdered by Boko Haram at close-range gunshots.”

The upper chamber concluded plenary by agreeing to urge the  Government of the day to take more pro-active steps in protecting the lives of vulnerable  Nigerians.