Fulani Herdsmen: Buhari taking Nigerians for granted, says Oyebode

A professor of International Law and Jurisprudence, Akin Oyebode, has said that President Muhammadu Buhari has taken Nigerians for granted in his dealings.

Oyebode said this in an interview with a Punch correspondent, while fielding questions on the challenges facing the country and the future of Africa.

He said Buhari is being clever by half by talking of invaders, thereby creating an excuse to justify the tyranny of his kinsmen who want to impose themselves on the country.

In his words, “However, Buhari might want us to forget the fact but some of us will not forget. “We know where his sympathy lies. He claims to be a nationalist, but he’s not. The Fulani know how to protect themselves.

“For example, when people talk about the necessity for Buhari to rejig the security apparatus, they don’t know who they are talking to. He even confessed a few weeks ago that he has to appoint the people he knows; his kinsmen.

“It is a Fulani dominated government and that has cost him a lot of credit such that many people don’t believe him anymore because he wears tinted glasses to analyse everything going on.

“Buhari is taking people for granted, but the Yoruba are the most widely educated people in Nigeria; they are wise and so they can see through all the shenanigans of the Fulani potentates who want to impose themselves on the rest of us,”
He further urged Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo to resign his position, because according to him, Osinbajo cannot brilliancy cannot survive the suffocating mediocrity present in Buhari’s Fulani dominated administration.

He described the problem Nigeria currently faces as a ‘tyranny of mediocrity’, adding that Nigeria is saddled with such an incompetent leadership, making her the butt of jokes internationally.

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