Human rights activist and legal practitioner, Festus Ogun, has accused President Muhammadu Buhari of showing love and affection towards Fulani Herdsmen and terrorists.
He stated that the president has not shown the same zeal he used in clamping down on Biafra and Yoruba Nation agitators, Nnamdi Kanu and Sunday Igboho, on terrorists.
Speaking in an interview with Daily Post, Festus Ogun, said Buhari has chosen to look elsewhere when it comes to tackling terrorism.
He said: “One would expect that given the length at which the President went in addressing the unjust and indiscriminate clampdown on Igboho and Kanu, he would extend his strong words on the criminal activities of terror groups holding the peace of our country to ransom.
“I find it very disturbing, condemnable and suspicious. Would the President’s muteness validate the fears that he is sympathetic towards terrorists? Or was it a sheer costly omission?
“Many Nigerians would be tempted to pitch towards the former as a result of the deep love and affection the President has shown towards Fulani herdsmen and terrorists, in words and actions, over the years.
“I think this is a dangerous path that could compound whatever is left of our tottering structure as a country.”