Saraki’s opinion on IPOB not in Nigeria’s best interest – Reps chief whip

Chief Whip of the House of Representatives, Alhassan Ado-Doguwa has said Senate President, Bukola Saraki‘s comment on the declaration of the IPOB as a terrorist group was not in the interest of Nigeria.

What happened:

Saraki had described the declaration as unconstitutional and illegal. He also criticised the deployment of soldiers to the South-East.

Al-Hassan’s opinion:

  • Saraki is crying more than the bereaved.
  • The Senate President was only expressing his personal opinion.

“For me, the recent comment made by the senate president on this matter was a mere political statement that would only portray him as a controversial leader,” Ado-Doguwa said.

“I am sure the senate president was only expressing his personal opinion, which I believe is not a good one in the given circumstance.

“The Nigerian armed forces, in my opinion, are doing their best professionally and in the best interest of a united Nigeria.

“Even the south-eastern state governors have declared the activities of Kanu’s IPOB as illegal and therefore proscribed. He can’t cry more than the bereaved.”

One comment

  1. Imo Toa

    And you said ur a leader standing for injustice,,, ur wicked mahn

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