By Gbenga Oke
Former Chief Whip of the Senate and one of the leaders of Action Democratic Party, ADP, Senator Roland Owie, has slammed President Muhammadu Buhari, for allowing Nigeria turn into what he called a banana republic.
Owie also said that with the treatment given to Governor Ayodele Fayose of Ekiti State, it simply shows that the Federal Government had brought so much hate into governance.
In a statement by Owie, he accused the Police of behaving in an uncivilised manner and treating a state governor in a wicked manner.
His words, “Though Governor Fayose behaves sometimes in an uncivilised manner, it is wicked for the police to treat a sitting governor that way and it is very evident that PMB has turned Nigeria into a Banana Republic. Since the incident happened, PMB has been quiet as usual.
“President Buhari should sleep and ask God to allow him have access to Idi Amin and Mobuto Seseko, then he will know that he needs to change now from his compassion-less ways and toe the path of justice and equity. I also urge the Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo, a good and humble child of God, to re-consider his position with the Buhari government.
“This government has brought so much hate, shedding of innocent blood and wickedness that a true child of God like the Vice-President shouldn’t be part of. It is said that those who see evil being done and refuse to talk are guilty of the sin. It was reported that the blood letting herdsmen struck in Sokoto, one of the most peaceful states in Nigeria and yet, Buhari was not bothered. How do we trust a government that cannot protect its citizens?
“How do we trust a government that abolished fuel subsidy and increased fuel to N145 per litre and silently paid subsidy?
“Nigerians are tired of the misrule of President Buhari and I urge people like General Gowon, General Abubakar, General Ibrahim Babangida, Aliyu Gusau, Col. Gwadabe, Col. Umaar, General Ike Nwachukwu, and others to speak up now because the night is almost falling on Nigeria and the country is fast walking towards the road to Rwanda. Let everyone wake up now since it is daylight so that we can collectively chase away this dragon of war in Nigeria.”