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Sanction marketers hoarding petrol to cause scarcity – Oyo Government tells DPR

Olusegun Bamgbose, Esq., Nationwide Coordinator, Involved Advocates for Good Governance, CAGG, on Monday claimed that President Muhammadu Buhari has left Vice President, Prof Yemi Osinbajo out of the scheme of issues.

Based on him, Osinbajo is not a part of the decision-making caucus of the present administration, a scenario he described as “embarrassing.”

“It’s fairly embarrassing that the Vice President of Nigeria, Professor Yemi Osinbajo has been neglected of the scheme of issues,” Bamgbose advised DAILY POST on Monday.

“He isn’t consulted or allowed to air his views concerning the safety scenario of the nation.”

The senior lawyer accused the cabals of enjoying politics with the lives of the residents, questioning how a authorities can comfortably be paying ransom to bandits on a regular basis.

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Bamgbose famous that at this level, the bandits appear to have found that the kidnapping of scholars is turning into very profitable.

“I’ve this sturdy feeling that he is aware of what to do to suppress the bandits, however most sadly, he isn’t carried alongside within the scheme of issues. The cabals appear to be enjoying politics with the lives of the residents. How can a authorities be paying ransom to bandits on a regular basis?” he queried.

“The insecurity scenario ravaging all the nation is sort of worrisome. The Federal Authorities appear to be helpless as killings, abductions and kidnappings proceed unabated.

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“The scenario little question has significantly affected the overseas investments. International buyers are not serious about Nigeria in view of the safety challenges.

“Many have strongly criticised the Buhari’s administration for poor dealing with of the scenario, however no seen and constructive change. Issues are getting worse day-to-day.

“The bandits are every day wrecking havoc on the residents. The safety brokers are confused as to what to do to curtail the nefarious actions of the bandits and gunmen.”

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