Following the lingering killings of Christians in Southern Kaduna, Former Special Assistant to ex-President Goodluck Jonathan on New Media, Reno Omokri, has again called out President Muhammadu Buhari, reminding him how he met with a former governor of Oyo State, Lam Adeshina, ‘harassing’ him over the killings of Fulani herdsmen in the state.
Omokri is raising his voice over Buhari’s purported ‘nonchalant’ attitude towards the incessant deaths of Christians.
Although Buhari recently bowed to pressure after a long silence over the killings the outspoken personality thinks Buhari is still less concerned.
On his Facebook page, Omokri wrote: “President Muhammadu Buhari in October 2000 to be precise, you went to Agodi in Ibadan, to the governor’s, then Lam Adeshina was the governor, this happened on the 13 of October, 2000.
“You went and you laid a very bitter complaint, you went with Marwa, he was on your party, and a couple of other people, and you complain to the governor, you said that Fulanis were being killed in Shaki, Oyo state.
“You were very sad, very angry, you were bitter why, because Fulanis were killed. You spoke sternly to Governor Lam Adeshina.
“Now, I’m asking you today, President Muhammed Buhari, where is that same anger you displaced in 2000 when people are being killed in Southern Kaduna?
“Go and Google a video I did about two weeks ago, I warned when the governor of Kaduna state said he has paid money to some foreign Fulanis as compensation so that they would not kill again. I said this thing is going to give rise to more killings, and look at what has happened?
“What do they want to happen to that country?
“President Muhammadu Buhari, is this how to build unity? Don’t forget, not all of us can just forget history. A man who does not know what happened before he was born will forever remain a child.
“And then when the president of the Christians Association, Rev. Ayokunle Samuel speaks out, when other people who have the fear of God in them speak out, what does the Kaduna state council of Imams say?
“Calling on President Muhammadu Buhari to go and arrest the President of CAN because he has shown sympathy.
“These are people that have not even spoken publicly to condemn the carnage, the death, the destruction that is going on in Southern Kaduna.
“Look at what has happened in southern Kaduna; nobody even knows the extent of the damage of the killings and destruction in southern Kaduna.
“Human lives have ceased to have any value. I went and did some research and I was just reading how the military were sent after people who stole cattle but then human beings are dying, where are they (Military)?
“I want to say a big thank you to Sultan of Sokoto, Alhaji Sa’adu Abubakar, this is a man who has spoken out for the people of Southern Kaduna. He has condemned the killings. Why can’t our President and the governor of Kaduna, Nasir El- Rufai, follow suit.
“Nobody is speaking the truth,” he lamented.