Ex Plateau State governor blast Buhari, says President a danger to Nigeria’s security

Former governor of Plateau, Jonah Jang has stated that President Buhari lacks the capacity to secure the lives and property of Nigerians insisting that his continuous stay in office spells doom for the nation’s security.

Commenting on the recent bandit attack on Jos North, Jang who is also the senator representing Plateau North in the National Assembly, advice the people of the state to find ways of protecting themselves stressing that the state governor and the president lack the capacity the guarantee their security.

Jang who is aspiring to be the PDP flag bearer in next year’s presidential election insists that President Buhari should resign from office.

He said the attack had revealed “the very short life expectation of our people who are no longer safe wherever they are in our towns, villages, and city.”

The former governor’s response was contained in a statement by his media consultant, Clinton Garuba, obtained by our correspondent on Saturday.


He said, “This recent surge of mindless killings in Plateau State is a damning appraisal to the Federal Government under President Muhammadu Buhari and the Governor of Plateau State.

“Under the present administration, hardly a day passes without news of people getting killed by herdsmen or unknown gunmen with ancestral lands forcefully occupied and people rendered homeless and internally displaced on their own land.

“Jang hereby calls on the United Nations to intervene in Nigeria and act on behalf of the poor, innocent, and abandoned people of Plateau State and their endangered kinds in the Middle Belt, to protect and guarantee them a future of longevity, pride, and prosperity.”