‘May be Buhari sent school boys on excursion to terrorists’ says Oby Ezekwesili - Kankara
Tiamiyu Saheed Oluwatosin
A Ex-Minister of Education, Oby Ezekwesili, has claimed that President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration stage-managed the abduction of over 300 school boys from Government Science Secondary School, Kankara, Katsina State.
Ezekwesili, speaking on Channels Television, insisted that Buhari should not be applauded for the release of the students after six days in captivity.
The Ex-minister, who is one of the Co-Conveners of the Bring Back Our Girls group which led the demonstrations for the rescue of over 250 schoolgirls from Chibok in Borno State, asked Buhari to explain to Nigerian People what exactly happened in Kankara.
The abduction occurred some hours after the President arrived in Daura, Katsina on December 11 for a week-long private visit.
“For us to congratulate a government that created a problem and said it solved it? We shouldn’t be doing that. The society should learn how to hold people accountable. The President should be disgusted with what happened, not commending himself. What is he clapping for? Those children were put in harm’s way. And now he said he’s rescued them? Maybe the President sent the children on an excursion to terrorists so they can release children at will to him.
“He needs to tell us exactly what happened with the Kankara kids. There is a problem. This country should not be taken for a ride by Buhari and his government. This is very unbecoming and the whole world is laughing at us. They think we are jokers. Many countries didn’t even bother to show that anything had happened in our country because they felt who are these people and what are they doing to themselves?” Ezekwesili said.
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