Chuks Ibegbu, a former Deputy spokesman of the Igbo socio-political group, Ohanaeze Ndigbo, on Friday, lambasted President Muhammadu Buhari over the spate of insecurity in Nigeria.
Ibegbu mentioned Buhari lacks the powers to deal with insecurity within the nation because of his analogue mindset.
Talking with DAILY POST, Ibegbu insisted that the president’s failure to correctly represent the nation’s safety structure and lack of proactive nature has contributed to Nigeria’s insecurity challenges.
In keeping with the previous Ohanaeze Deputy Spokesman: “Lately, he ordered a shoot-at-sight of individuals wielding AK-47 and in addition modified Service Chiefs, this confirmed that he’s involved concerning the state of affairs of insecurity.
“Nevertheless, he additionally contributed to it as a result of the safety structure was not correctly constituted, it favoured one a part of the nation and that was not adequate for the chief of a rustic to be nepotic in safety appointments however regardless of the latest steps he’s taking, it’s not sufficient.
“He ought to look into the decentralization of police as a result of safety is all concerning the grassroot, involving the normal rulers, youth leaders in all the varied segments of the society, I believe the president is now waking up.
“Buhari doesn’t have all of the attributes of a pacesetter that’s proactive and he’s not very proactive on points. He’s sectional in his strategy to points.
“We stay in a digital age, however the president operates in an analogue age, I believe his mindset is analogue and that could be a very huge problem to Nigeria as a result of we have to overlook about sectionality and permit individuals with digital mindset, Buhari doesn’t have it.”