Buhari Must Be Sent Back To Daura To Start Farming – S’West IMN

The Southwest members of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN) has accused President Muhammadu Buhari of ruling Nigeria in a dictatorial style with no regards to rule of law.

The group during a protest on Wednesday, stormed the presidential villa Abuja, demanding the release of their leader, El-Zakzaky.

Ibraheem El-Zakzaky, who was arrested in 2015, has been in custody despite court order granting him bail.

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Addressing Journalist during the protest, the southwest coordinator of the group, Muftau Zakariya urge the federal government to obey court order and release their leader.

“We came to protest today in Abuja to seek the release of our leader and convince government to obey court order,” he said.

The angry visibly Zakariya noted that for Buhari to openly claim that National interest should be given more priority than the rule of law, he has no “moral justification to remain in office” and must be sent back to Daura in 2019.

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“I am using this avenue to appeal to Nigerians, anybody who votes for Buhari is voting for somebody that does not believe in the rule of law; anybody that vote for Buhari is voting for somebody that believes that killings should continue in Benue, Zamfara, Plateau and other parts of the country.

“If a president can go to the Nigerian Bar Association and tell them that he will not obey the rule of law, this shows you how shallow-minded he is.

“This is the man that swore an oath on the Quran to obey the constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, but he doesn’t care when people die; That is why we should just give him red card and send him back to Daura to start farming,” he declared.

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