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Monday, April 13, 2020

BUHARI’S SPEECH: HUNGER PANDEMIC LOOMS LARGE IN NIGERIA. ~AMB. ALIYU BIN ABBAS

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BUHARI’S SPEECH: HUNGER PANDEMIC LOOMS LARGE IN NIGERIA. ~AMB. ALIYU BIN ABBAS

President Buhari continued his gross insensitivity towards the plight of Nigerians by the  Lockdown Extension:

 Save Nigerians and Nigerian youths from the hovering  menace of hunger pandemic and insecurity outbreak, Atiku's aide on Youths advises Presdent Buhari and the APC Government

13th April 2020

Amb. Aliyu Bin Abbas, SA on Youths Affairs to former Vice President Atiku Abubakar has on Monday frowned at President Buhari and the APC Government over its chronic  insensitivity and lack of transparency with palliatives to curb the hunger pandemic ravaging the land already.

He is miffed at  the extension of the Presidential lockdown of FCT, Lagos and Ogun States without commensurate intervention regime.

 Amb. Aliyu Bin Abbas said, "Mr President, a hungry man is an angry man.  Hunger is the adjacent pandemic ravaging the land already in the name of this lockdown. Your administration and Party are not doing enough in managing this COVID-19 pandemic. There are troubling signs that many people have been robbed of food items by many have-nots.

While other neighbouring countries have devolved means of distribution of basic resources from food, water and clothing,  your Minister is corruptly enriching herself by mentioning millions of funds frivolous sent out to faceless individuals.

Furthermore, Amb. Aliyu Bin Abbas criticised President Buhari for not recognising in his lockdown extension speech, the worrying video footages of insecurity coming from Ogun and Lagos States. It shows that Mr President in his usual language "I am not aware" or he has been submerged in a sea of false advisers who knowing his state of mind, choose to advise him wrongly.

Amb. Aliyu Bin Abbas lamented the growing spate of insecurity and extold the youths who have formed vigilantee and watch groups in the day and all through the night as if to resort to self-help to secure themselves from robbers and agents of the underworld looking for what to steal to keep up with the lockdown.

Many have resorted to armed robbery because they were not catered for by the palliative measures of the APC government, after putting the youths out of job in the course of the lockdown order.

Amb. Aliyu Bin Abbas noted that His Excellency Atiku Abubakar is deeply worried that youths are seen in video footages brandishing cutlasses and all forms of dangerous weapons in the dead of the night in the name of protecting themselves from fellow youths that are out to unleash mayhem on fellow citizens observing the same supposed-to-be lockdown.

Amb. Aliyu Bin Abbas noted with bewilderment, saying, "it is ironical that we are observing lockdown in Lagos and Ogun States but residents are making videos that suggest that they are under coordinated attacks and that they need help, youths are filming themselves on the streets at night, chasing each other here and there, some others are sacking streets and neighbourhoods in the name of riot or robbery intent, some others are burning tyres in the middle of the night, insisting that they are now as a normal routine, chasing away potential robbers and attackers. That is the hunger pandemic, else why the attacks? That is insecurity taking over due to increased hunger in the land if the Government does not immediately wake up to it's primary responsibility of securing lives and properties,"

Amb. Aliyu Bin Abbas noted that his Principal, His Excellency Atiku Abubakar, former Vice President of Nigeria, is troubled by the situation and asks for a quick intervention package to be  delivered to Nigerians in line with his earlier suggestions.
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