Saturday, February 4, 2023

Amotekun: Yoruba Group Accusses Buhari Of Double Standard

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A group, Yoruba Global Alliance, has accused Major President Buhari (retd.), of applying a double standard over his refusal to grant the license to the South Western Security Network, Amotekun, to bear arms while allowing the Katsina State government to arm its own regional corps.


In a statement signed by its Director of Communications, Taju Tijani, the group condemns Buhari for what it calls the President’s “partisan and bigoted politics of allowing identarian right to his home state of Katsina by arming the Special Vigilante Corps with sophisticated weapons but denying other states of the federation same right” adding that, “what is good for the goose should automatically be good for the gander.”

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The group also accused the “northern Caliphate” of “a clear demonstration of their unhidden agenda to keep South Western Nigeria under perpetual captivity, slavery, and domination.”


The statement, which was titled, ‘Please stop the double standard’, read, “We read with shocking dismay the blatant exceptionalism still being displayed by the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari.

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The President’s claim to integrity and national cohesion without fully living up to these virtues could not be more pronounced in the disturbing revelation that Katsina State Government, the President’s home state, was granted permission to equip its security outfit with sophisticated arms, including Ak47, while denying same for other states of the federation.

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