In a statement on Monday, Emma Zopmal, president of the council, said Buhari should dissolve his “pro-Arewa security chiefs” and appoint competent people.
He accused Buhari of paying lip service to this “dastardly situation under his watch.”
He said, “If President Buhari is really serious about security issues, he should not waste time to probe his service chiefs and make the report open to Nigerians so as to save our dear country from this daunting predicaments and whoever is found wanting, should be dismissed and prosecuted immediately,” president of the youth council said.
“Nigerians did not vote you to preside over their deaths but to provide for their welfare, protect them, and be a father to all.
“It is very unfortunate that in Nigeria today maiming, killing, raping of helpless women, and destruction of property in the Middle Belt and other parts of Nigeria has become the choice sport of Fulani herdsmen without any ‘repercussive’ action by Nigerian government. We have spent years now under this canopy of death in Nigeriawith no hope to an end to this orchestrated plan of the enemies of Nigeria.
“We call on Nigerians not to think far about the enemy of this country. We are very much happy that Gen Theophilus Y. Danjuma has made a landmark statement unfolding the key actors behind the genocide against innocent Nigerians by Fulani herdsmen terrorists.
“The revelation came at the right time when President Muhammadu Buhari is playing lips service to this dastardly situation under his watch. He is presiding over a nation of people who live beside their graveyards as a result of the activities of this Fourth Dreaded World Terrorist Group but it does not so much matter to him because there’s no report of any Fulani herdsman being killed anywhere in Nigeria.
“The statement of Gen TY Danjuma is a welcome development that will save this country called Nigeria from total collapse. As a reputable national and international personality, Gen TY Danjuma has given a sterling warning to Nigerians and the military to rise up to their responsibilities.
“This is because every citizen deserves the right to live. We strongly stand behind our father, leader and the leading light in the Middle Belt. It is very dangerous to live in a country like Nigeria where dangerous weapons are allowed in the hands of deadly people who do not value life.” THINK YOUR FRIEND WOULD BE INTRESTED? SHARE THIS STORY USING ANY OF THE SHARE BUTTON BELOW ⬇ PLACE YOUR TEXT ADVERT BELOW:>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>