“Nigeria endured bloodbath, free reign of killings under Buhari’s administration” – Popular cleric

The Chaplain of the Chapel of The Resurrection at the University of Ibadan, Venerable (Dr.) Victor Oladele has criticized the security situation in Nigeria, highlighting incidents such as the Kaduna bombing and the Plateau massacre.

In a statement titled “Reflection on the State of Nigerian State: Ominous Signs of Repeat of Failure,” Oladele called on President Bola Tinubu to address the rising insecurity in the country.

He condemned the bloodshed, killings by militias, and public executions during the eight years of Buhari’s administration.

Oladele urged the government to prioritize justice and warned against playing politics with the lives of Nigerians, emphasizing the need to enforce constitutional rights for all citizens.

His words: “For the eight years of Buhari’s administration, Nigeria endured bloodbath, free reign of killings by Fulani militias, open beheading by religious extremists, and public executions in the name of God.

” The chapel is dismayed by the resurgence of brutality against defenceless Nigerians, the mindless slaughter of innocent women and children and the orgy of burning of communities in the Middle Belt by soulless entities devoid of human feelings.

“This evil bloodletting and human sacrifice must stop. The political class must stop playing politics with the lives of Nigerians.

“All lives matter, no matter their ethnicity, religion, gender and social class.”

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