The manner and impunity with which the Buhari administration is reversing some laudable actions and policies of his predecessor without minding the security implications calls for concern.
The re-instatement of the dismissed Commissioner of Police, Mr. Zakari Biu has sparked some sentiments across the nation.
The youth arm of Ohanaeze Ndigbo, Ohanaeze Youth Council, has condemned the re-instatement of Biu, who was sacked for allegedly helping Boko Haram king-pin, Kabiru Sokoto, to escape.
A statement released by the National President of the Ohanaeze Youth Council, Okechukwu Isiguzoro, obtained from Punch Newspapers, reads: “The manner and impunity with which the Buhari administration is reversing some laudable actions and policies of his predecessor without minding the security implications calls for concern. The decision of the PSC is very worrisome and against all known norms and true justice.”
Adding that “Before now, we were shouting over the recent lopsided appointments made by the President, where the South-East was deliberately ignored, but the worst has come by rewarding a man who aided Kabiru Sokoto after he snuffed life out of over 44 Igbo indigenes and left over 70 others critically injured."
“Our questions are these: What effort has the present administration made to know the situation of the victims of that bomb blast? What effort has the government made to know the condition of the bereaved families, considering that most of the victims were their bread winners? It is obvious that Mr. President cares less about the Ndigbo in this country; we are saying that the current administration is dragging this country into ethnic chaos and it will not yield any good fruit,” the statement said.