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Buhari carrying out summary execution of ‘deviant’ Nigerians, sending them to God: Femi Adesina


 


President Muhammadu Buhari has begun summary execution of ‘deviant’ Nigerians, including separatist campaigners, says a presidential spokesman.


On Thursday, Mr Buhari’s media aide Femi Adesina while excoriating the country’s major opposition party, the Peoples Democratic Party, asserted that the regime needed to “send to God” suspected criminals and other Nigerians considered as irritants to the state without recourse to the rule of law.


In a Facebook post titled ‘Speaking to PDP in the language it understands,’ the presidential spokesman accused the PDP of seeking to benefit from the nationwide chaos occasioned by the continuing deterioration of insecurity.


Mr Adesina stated that the regime of Mr Buhari would continue to violently attack and kill Nigerians suspected to be secessionists, bandits or belong to other violent groups.


Justifying Mr Buhari’s threat of genocidal violence, Mr Adesina claimed that the president’s comment was directed at all criminals in the country, not just those of Igbo extraction fomenting trouble in the South-East and South-South.


On July first, State Security Service violently attacked and killed two of Sunday Igboho’s relatives and destroyed his property. The SSS claimed Mr Igboho, a Yoruba separatist leader, was planning a violent insurrection.


On July first, State Security Service violently attacked and killed two of Sunday Igboho’s relatives and destroyed his property. The SSS claimed Mr Igboho, a Yoruba separatist leader, was planning a violent insurrection.


Mr Adesina justified the violent raid on Mr Igboho’s home, saying, “President Muhammadu Buhari don vex. Troublers of Nigeria are in trouble and are being given bloody noses: insurgents, bandits, secessionists, all violent criminals.”


Suggesting that Mr Buhari’s regime will not follow the rule of law, Mr Adesina said, “New Chief of Army Staff Farouk Yahaya, to have said all types of violent deviants are being sent to God to answer for their crimes, and the summary judgment would continue, till the country is cleaned of vermin.


“Good. That is a direct reaction to the new language of the president.”


Continuing, the regime’s spokesman stated, “We have security challenges, very severe ones, no doubt. And those challenges are being frontally confronted, with the criminals ‘being sent to God to account for their crimes.'”


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