Miyetti Allah Kautal Hore has urged President Buhari to place former vice president and presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar under security watch ahead of next month’s elections.
The group frowned at Atiku’s utterances that killings by herdsmen would continue if President Buhari wins reelection.
In a statement issued at the end of its emergency general meeting and signed by National President and Secretary, Abdullahi Bodejo and Saleh Alhassan respectively, the group reiterated that the comments made by the former Vice President was “capable of destabilising the country”.
The group also faulted the endorsement of Alhaji Atiku Abubakar by former President Olusegun Obasanjo and urged its members nationwide to campaign against the PDP candidate.
“His statement as a presidential candidate is capable of destabilising the country, especially considering that he is currently surrounded by anarchist and hate speech merchants feeding on the lucrative industry of fake news and ethnic irredentism.”
“We are calling on the Lamido of Adamawa to strip Atiku Abubakar of his title as Wazirin Adamawa for his open hatred for the Fulani pastoralist and surrounding himself with ethnic irredentist and hate speech merchants that have been profiling the Fulani race and calling for their genocide”.
“The title of Waziri in the Adamawa Emirate should be reserved for only Fulani sons with a track record of helping and protecting the Fulani race and not a shadowy character with convoluted identity.”
“Amnesty International’s hired researchers did not deem it fit to interview the leadership of the herders and families of the herders affected by the conflicts in the areas they claimed to have visited. Consequently, we condemn such selective, highly biased and unpatriotic acts”.
“The hasty conclusion of the report, which was quick to dismiss the efforts of the security agencies in ending the conflicts, suggested clearly that Amnesty International activities in Nigeria have been hijacked by mercenaries and mercantile characters that are sponsored by forces that want to balkanise the Nigerian State.”
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