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NNPP calls on Buhari to resign

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From SHEHU DANJUMA, Katsina

President Muhammadu Buhari has been urged to immediately resign from office for his inability to secure the country from the bandits attack in some states in the Northern part of the country.

Hon Sani Liti, the NNPP state Chairman, made the call during a press conference held in Katsina on Monday.

Liti said insecurity issues have kept on rising due principally to bad governance and an upsurge of tribal/ethnic militia, increase in corruption activities, crime and criminal activities.

“The Buhari Government has not only failed to uplift the lives of Nigerians as he promised, but has put the country into deeper corruption and economic misery”, he said.

The Chairman said that in the event the President refuses to resign, the National Assembly should apply the constitutional means to save the lives and property of Nigerians.

Liti disclosed that from 2015 to date, more than 50,000 Nigerians have been killed by bandits and several trillions of Naira worth of properties and money for ransom were lost to the insurgents who used the money to purchase weapons.

“The extortion by these arsonists has further made the people of this country economically poorer and the inability to embark on agricultural activities on their farmlands”, he said.

Liti called on the Federal Government to as a matter of urgency declare a state of emergency in five states in the North-west zone of the country over insecurity situation.

He urged The Federal Government to immediately hire mercenaries to train 1,000,000 young Nigerians to protect and secure the country.

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