Fayose calls for foreign intervention over killings in some parts of Nigeria

Ekiti state Governor Ayodele Fayose on Wednesday, March 7, called on the international community to step in and help in ending mindless killings in many parts of Nigeria. 

Channel Television reports that he claimed that President Buhari-led administration is taking the twin menace of Boko Haram and herdsmen attacks in Nigeria for granted.

 Fayose said: ''The killings in Benue state is particularly worrisome. President is merely using a cosmetic approach. It is not believable that Nigerian soldiers cannot tackle the developments that have claimed lives and unsettled communities.'' 

He called on President Buhari to play his roles as the commander in chief of the armed forces and justify the mandate given him by the people. 

He also claimed that the incessant killings is an issue of internal aggressors and not external and that therefore, President Buhari should be able to get to its root.
Naija Newspapers
Naija Newspapers

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