Impeach Buhari Now, HURIWA Tells NASS

By Tapre Timine
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Human Rights Writers Association of Nigeria, (HURIWA) has notified the National Assembly to begin the process of impeaching President Muhammadu Buhari immediately.

According to HURIWA, the lawmakers should fast-track the process to see the President impeached shortly, noting that a failure for seven years cannot perform any miracle within the six-week ultimatum.

HURIWA also wondered why the Tucano fighter jets received from the US have not been put to use by the military despite continued attacks by terrorists across Nigeria.

The union viewed that it might be that the present administration was sparing bandits and insurgents owing to their ethnic and religious affinity, stressing that the bandits, who had since been designated as terrorists by a Federal High Court, are hellbent on destabilising the nation.

The group decried the Defence Headquarters’ claims of 30 terrorists being killed in Bwari Local Area Council without providing any form of evidence.

It said;
We’re asking why the government has not deployed the 12 Super Tucano fighter jets procured from the United States to bomb terrorists hibernating in Kaduna, Niger and now besieging Abuja from Suleja and Abuja-Lokoja angles?

HURIWA is forced to ask the President if his government is colluding with the terrorists and Fulani bandits, because it is befuddling that a government will fold its arms and watch as non-state actors go on the rampage, killing citizens like chickens.

Before now, it was in the North-East, but gradually, the terrorists conquered the North-West with daring attacks on military formations and structures. Now, the terrorists are closing in on Abuja. The chickens have finally come home to roost!

…A government that has spent seven years pampering terrorists cannot effect any tangible and swift changes in the anti-terror war within six weeks.

HURIWA demanded that the impeachment of President Buhari be fast-tracked, pointing to the fact that ‘terrorists are now surrounding the Federal Capital Territory, FCT.

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