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President Muhammadu Buhari Fires Back At Catholic Bishop, Say's I'm Not Sleeping On Duty

President Muhammadu Buhari disagreed on Monday that he was not sleeping on duty as the Commander-in-Chief due to a description made by a Catholic Bishop of Yola Diocese, Rt Rev Fr Stephen Mamza, gave of Buhari on Sunday to his members.

The cleric states this during an Easter homily he delivered in Yola, whom criticised the Buhari administration for allegedly failing to halt insecurity in the country especially escalating kidanappings, banditry and other violent crimes in the Nigeria.
The Bishop Speaking specifically on the latest killings in Zamfara, Benue, Adamawa, Taraba and Southern Kaduna, he said,  “We are really in a dilemma in this country. Nigerians are feeling that they don’t have protection. From all indications, there is nothing being done. Take a good look at what is happening presently in Zamfara State today, look at what is happening in Benue periodically, in Nasarawa State and now in Adamawa (Southern Adamawa).
According to him, If there is a government in place then the government should listen to the people and address the security challenges. We have mass burials from time to time and there is no sign that the government cares about what is happening in the society.
The Presidency further went on to recount what Buhari had done to restore peace and security since he assumed duty in 2015 especially in the war against insurgency.
To him, It seems that Buhari’s efforts in Yola and other towns in Adamawa and the rest of the North-East would still be under the control of Boko Haram.
Furthermore he said that in addition to the capital, the towns of Michika, Madagali and Mubi, which had been occupied by Boko Haram during their military advances, have since been retaken by the Nigerian military, whose personnel are also clearing litters of Boko Haram’s carnage which are through the support of the administration as well as local and international partners, rebuilding roads and bridges, power lines, burnt schools, markets, destroyed churches and mosques in the country

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