Sunday Igboho Complied With Buhari’s Self Defence Order, He Shouldn’t Be Arrested – Reno Omokri
Former Nigerian presidential aide, Reno Omokri has lashed out at the President Muhammadu Buhari administration for showing enthusiasm and zeal against freedom fighters and allowing Boko Haram and bandits to run free.
According to Reno, Buhari is trying to play partiality between Nigerians of the South and North when it involves crime. Reno intimated that Buhari once charged Nigerians to protect themselves against attacks and Sunday Igboho did the same thing when the DSS raided his house in the middle of the night.
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Reno’s tweet read: “What I do not understand about this Sunday Igboho case is this: Buhari’s Defence Minister, told us to defend ourselves from bandits and killer herdsmen.
“Sunday Igboho has done exactly that. Now they want to arrest Igboho for obeying their own directive to Nigerians?”
Meanwhile, the bandits who were involved in the kidnapping of the students of Bethel Baptist High School, Kaduna, on Monday, July 5, 2021, have doused fears of the students being mistreated in their camp.
The President, Kaduna Baptist Conference and proprietor of Bethel Baptist High school, Kaduna, Rev. Yahaya Adamu Jangado, issued a statement where he disclosed that he had spoken with the bandits and the students are doing well.
According to Rev. Yahaya Adamu Jangado, the bandits called to inform the school management that the students are all doing well and fine and he was able to speak with some of the students.
The statement read: “Today, by the grace of God, we had a call from the bandits and they assured us that our children are well and doing okay. In fact, we had the privilege of speaking with a few of them.”
“They (students) counted themselves in the jungle and they gave us information that they are 121 and when we put the number together with what we have recovered, we discovered that the number is exactly the same with the number of students we have in the hostel.”