The Buhari Media Organisation (BMO) has alleged that a former President is spearheading a group of eminent Nigerians planning to remove President Muhammadu Buhari from office.
The group in a statement on Sunday said the former civilian president is working with a group of conspirators to cause confusion in Nigeria.
Although the organization didn’t reveal any particular name, it said in a statement signed by its Chairman Niyi Akinsiju and Secretary Cassidy Madueke that its security sources have uncovered an ‘uprising’ to force the resignation of President Buhari.
The statement reads: “Our highly reliable security sources have informed us of the determination of the former President to go ahead with a plan to cause disaffection in the country through a planned conference of so-called eminent Nigerians.
“While the Conference ostensibly aims to review the state of the nation, we can authoritatively confirm that it is actually a premeditated plan to create confusion in the polity by calling President Buhari to resign after a supposed vote of no confidence.
“Our Security sources said the worries over this latest move by the former leader is not so much about the illegality of the planned declaration but the anarchical mindset behind it, especially given the growing resurgence of military putsch in the West African sub-region. Any appearance of national confusion, even if scripted without any basis, could fuel unreasoned confusion.
“We, therefore, call on Nigerians to be wary of manoeuvres by people who are desperate to erode the foundation of our hard-fought democracy to further the agenda of a desperate, bumptious and self-serving group of elites besotted with power to the point that they are ready to throw the country into a contrived pandemonium to remain relevant”.
Meanwhile, the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has denied any involvement in the killing of the former political adviser to ex-President Goodluck Jonathan, Ahmed Gulak.
Naija News recalls Gulak was shot dead by unknown gunmen in Owerri, Imo State on Saturday while he was on his way to Abuja from Owerri.
Explaining details of how Gulak was killed, the Imo State Police Public Relations Officer, SP Bala Elkana in a statement on Sunday said Gulak didn’t inform the Police or any other sister security agency of his movement.
Elkana added that the cab driver who took the politician to the airport avoided the normal route where they were attacked by six armed bandits.
However, some quarters are insinuating that IPOB is responsible for the killing of the top Northern politician but the group has now issued a denial.
IPOB said Gulak’s death is a political assassination.
IPOB also accused Imo State Governor, Hope Uzodinma, and the All Progressives Congress (APC) of knowing the circumstances behind the killing.