IPOB: Aisha Yesufu describes Buhari’s threat as ‘terrorist comment’, blasts S/East govs

Aisha Yesufu, activist and social media commentator, has described President Buhari’s threat to deal with those who want to destroy his government as a terrorist statement.

As AllBaze Media Team and we Verified This News from DAILYPOST.COM and According to DAILY POST earlier reported, Buhari on Tuesday after a security briefing about the attacks on facilities of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) in the South East categorically threatened to deal with those who, according to him, want to destroy his government.

Buhari said such individuals or groups will receive the shock of their lives as they will be treated in a language they will understand.

And Yesufu, popular for her involvement in the Bring Back Our Girls (BBOG) movement, also slammed governors of the South East for keeping mute in the face of such a threat.

The activist further claimed that the hands of Buhari and Vice Prof. Yemi Osinbajo are stained with blood of those killed by their orders.

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“This is a terrorist statement,” she tweeted.

“This government is the Buhari/Osinbajo government. Both stained with the blood of the people directly killed by the orders of the govt and the blood of the people indirectly killed by the incompetence of the govt. The duo is absolutely responsible for the atrocities in our land.

“I once said that South South Governors are the worst but I think South East Governors have taken over from them!

How do you watch your people being humiliated and insulted and threatened and you do nothing?”


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