Buhari leadership worst in history of Nigeria – Kaduna cleric
A Kaduna-based preacher, Rev. Dr. Stephen Tauna has said that President Muhammadu Buhari is the worst leader that has ever ruled the country.
Speaking in Kaduna, Tauna said, “With what is happening in most parts of the country where insecurity has become the order of the day, every Nigerian is now biting his or her finger regretting the situation we have all found ourselves as a nation.”
Tauna of the Kingdom Ambassadors Global Outrage, Kaduna expressed fear of the increased insecurity in the country, saying that steps should be taken by the government to safeguard its territorial integrity.
He lamented that with what is happening, suspected Fulani herdsmen have taken over the country, killing, kidnapping, maiming, and destroying people’s lives and their properties at will, saying it does not reflect that the country is being governed by a constitution.
On the recovery of the old grazing routes as announced by President Buhari, Tauna said, “l completely became discouraged about the government, meaning President Muhammadu Buhari is ready to kill all Nigerians to give the land to the Fulanis.
“It shows that he (President) has betrayed the constitution and the people that voted him into power. He has betrayed the voices of the people because the voices of the people is the voice of God.
“Right from the inception of this government, it has been herdsmen and Fulanis. Unfortunately, President Muhammadu Buhari doesn’t know how he is endangering the Fulani because he has sown hatred in the hearts of Nigerians against the Fulanis whether the Fulani man is innocent or not.”
He stated that President Buhari must come back to full usage of the constitution, listen to the people, and as a matter of urgency, endorse the restructuring of the country.
He stressed that even during the civil war, the country did not experience such shedding of blood as obtained today.
He added, “Even nature does not like what is happening in Nigeria today, the shedding of blood. Blood has stained us as a people, darkness has covered us as a nation before God.”
According to him, “President Muhammadu Buhari owes Nigerians apology, he should apologize to Nigerians and ask God for forgiveness. The federal character must be reflected in all that he does.”