Insecurity: Buhari “should have gone long ago” – Ayo Adebanjo

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Leader of Afenifere, Chief Ayo Adebanjo has said that “over-tolerance of despots” by Nigerians was the reason President Muhammadu Buhari remained in office.

He said that the current administration failed woefully in its primary responsibility of securing the lives and property of Nigerians.

According to THISDAY, the nonagenarian spoke on Tuesday at an event to commemorate the 95th birthday of immediate-past Leader of Afenifere, Pa Reuben Fasoranti.

Adebanjo said, “I have told them that in a better and civilised country, he should have gone long ago. If he has self-respect, he should have gone because everything has to fall.

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“What is he presiding over? Is it over corruption, security, education? Law and order have broken down in the country for the past three years. It is only because Nigerians are over-tolerance of despots; that is why he is still there.”

Adebanjo also berated Nigerian youths for not living up to expectations.

“The younger generation has failed the country. The country was not as bad as this when we were demonstrating for self-governance.

“They want the old men to fight their cause for them. Why should people like me be in the trenches at 93 and Baba Fasoranti at 95? Where are those in their 40s and 30s?

“When we were at their age, we were in the streets, at Lagos, London, everywhere.

“You are PDP in the morning, APC in the afternoon and SDP in the evening, and they say they are young; the youth should be ashamed of themselves,” he stated.

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