Following the country’s worsening security crisis, some stakeholders have demanded that President Muhammadu Buhari resign as Nigeria’s leader immediately.
Terrorists and bloodthirsty bandits have been wreaking havoc across the country.
On Tuesday, June 5, the nation’s insecurity took a frightening turn with separate attacks on various government establishments and officials, including those working with President Muhammadu Buhari.
On Tuesday, suspected bandits attacked President Buhari’s convoy in Katsina State. At least two officials were seriously injured in the attack, according to reports.
Nigerians, particularly social media users, are urging an immediate halt to all preliminary campaigns and other activities related to the upcoming general elections.
They expressed their doubts that the election would be held, citing the high level of criminal activity across the country.
However, in an interview with DAILY POST, the National Coordinator of the Human Rights Writers Association of Nigeria, HURIWA, Emmanuel Onwubiko, stated that if the president does not resign, the election must take place.
“Buhari does not need to be told to resign when he is so incompetent,” he says. The right thing for him to do is resign because he has nothing to offer and has never had solutions to problems since the start of his administration.
“No one should raise the issue of elections being canceled because of violence.” When INEC conducted the election that brought Buhari to power, there were killings and terrorist attacks.
“This will only allow the president to extend his tenure.” Whether there is war or not, elections must be held. Buhari must resign.”
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