• News - North West - Zamfara
  • Updated: February 26, 2021

Zamfara Abduction: We Have Failed, Says Ganduje's Aide Dawisu

...Demands Buhari's Resignation

Salihu Tanko Yakasai, popularly known as Dawisu, Special Adviser on Media to Governor of Kano State, Abdulahi Ganduje says the APC government has failed Nigerians.

AllNews Nigeria reports that Dawisu stated this via his Twitter account, added that those in authority should resign if they can't deal with terrorists.

Recall AllNews Nigeria earlier re[[orted that gunmen abducted no fewer than 300 students at the Government Girls Secondary School, Jangebe in the Talata-Mafara Local Government Area of Zamfara State.

READ ALSO: AGAIN! Gunmen Kidnap Over 300 School Girls In Zamfara

Reacting Dawisu tweeted: "Clearly, we as APC government, at all levels, have failed Nigerians in the number 1 duty we were elected to do which is to secure lives & properties. Not a single day goes by without some sort of insecurity in this land. This is a shame! Deal with terrorists decisively or resign."

Aisha Yesufu Demands Buhari’s Resignation

Nigerian activist, Aisha Yesufu has called for a march to the Aso Villa in demand for the resignation of President Muhammadu Buhari.

According to Aisha, the government has emboldened terrorists to continue kidnapping and has resigned from its responsibilities to protect the lives of Nigerians.

She urged Nigerians to put aside their differences and come together to march to the Villa in demand for Buhari’s resignation.

On her Twitter page, Aisha wrote: “Terrorists have been emboldened to keep attacking and abducting. The government has been enabled to keep abdicating its responsibilities.

“When we are sick and tired of the atrocities, we will forget our differences and go en masse to the Villa and demand Buhari resigns. “

Related Topics

Join our Telegram platform to get news update Join Now
Zaccheus Ukhueleigbe
Zaccheus Ukhueleigbe

is a media and communications professional | digital media strategist. A proud Nigerian and an advo...

More From this Author

0 Comment(s)


See this post in...