Anti-Buhari Protests: Arewa Youths Blast South-West Politicians, Threaten To Expose Them
The Arewa Youths, have disclosed that some officials of the presidency, Northern governors and South West politicians were behind the protest against President Muhammadu Buhari in Abuja.
They called on the politicians to immediately call those they described as their ‘attack dogs’ to order or face being exposed.
A statement issued by Arewa Youth Forum National President, Alhaji Gambo Ibrahim Gujungu and made available to newsmen in Kaduna, Wednesday said they were pained that the same situation that happened during the Late president Umar Musa Yar’adua is trying to repeat itself.
The statement noted that instead of the Northern politicians to come together and fight for the interest of the region, they are busy positioning themselves for the post of Vice president.
It accused the northern governors who they said won the election on the back of President Muhammadu Buhari’s popularity as not doing enough, saying they are either been cowed into silence by people like Ekiti State Governor Ayodele Fayose or are busy holding meetings negotiating for the Vice President’s slot.
The statement reads, “Let it be known that we are not unmindful of what is happening in Nigeria. We know those that are behind the protest against the President, as a group we are giving them 7 days to call their attack dogs to order or we will have no option than to expose them.
For the avoidance of doubt, we are aware that Southwest politicians are behind the plot, they are colluding with some Northern governors and some elements of the presidency who do not wish the country and President Muhammadu Buhari well.
Eventually, they don’t know their time is fast ticking, the Arewa Youths said
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