Comrade Adeyanju blasts Northern leaders for keeping mute despite insecurity under Buhari’s govt
Comrade Deji Adeyanju, an activist for good governance has lambasted northern leaders for keeping quiet despite security challenges under President Muhammadu Buhari.
According to him northern leaders vehemently criticized Nigerian ex president Goodluck Jonathan’s administration but have become so mute now that Buhari a northern man is the president.
Mr. Deji who is also a northern man from Kogi state, demanded that the northern leaders would have maintained their stance in criticising bad governance instead of keeping quiet simply because Buhari is from the north.
“Remember when that air force officer was killed by Boko Haram under GEJ, it was like the country was coming to an end.” He said
“Arewa Consultative Forum; Northern Elders Forum;
“Northern this, Northern that; Everybody was angry.
Hundreds of soldiers have been killed under Buhari, no anger.”
Deji had been incarcerated for not less than 4 times since the assumption of Retired Army General, Muhammadu Buhari as the President of Nigeria. He spent the new year in Kano prison for organizing and staging a protest to the police headquarters in Abuja where they demanded that “Police aren’t politicians” hence should maintain neutrality in election conduct.
The protest was as a result of the September governorship election in Osun and also the governorship election in Kwara state where police officers were purportedly said to have been used by the Federal government to rig the elections in favour of the All Progressives Congress, APC.