The Yoruba socio-cultural organisation, Afenifere, on Friday reacted to the discharge of boys kidnapped from Kankara in Katsina State.
Afenifere’s Nationwide Public Secretary, Yinka Odumakin stated using Miyetti Allah within the launch of the scholars was a sign that Nigeria was completed.
Odumakin, in a press release faulted the accounts of the Katsina State Governor, Aminu Masari on the kidnapping and launch of the scholars.
Gunmen had final week kidnapped some college students of the GSSS within the Kankara space of Katsina State.
Although Boko Haram claimed duty for the kidnapping however Masari dismissed it, saying bandits have been liable for the kidnap.
Nevertheless, the scholars have been final evening launched from the gunmen.
Masari had claimed that his Advisers, Miyetti Allah, navy and cops have been liable for negotiating the discharge of the scholars.
Reacting, Odumakin stated Masari’s comment was a sign that the federal government was referring to these inflicting issues for Nigeria.
Within the assertion titled: “Kankara Boys: Now Nigeria is completed,” Odumakin stated: “This time round those that celebrated Chibok to the hilt in 2014 at the moment are in energy and fumbled like novice comedians in a giant revelation that what is named terror in Nigeria is most certainly a giant rip-off being performed at our expense.
“The peak of stupidity in governance was when it formally got here out that one other terror group referred to as Miyetti Allah was the entrance for negotiation confirming our suspicion that this authorities rolls with all that troubles this nation.
“Even when the boys have been cheekily launched and there was an official lie of rescue Governor Masari within the boldest official cover-up for the fear enveloping Nigeria stated he wanted a 3rd celebration to inform him who kidnapped and launched them.
“We name on all Nigerians, particularly the enlightened north to rise and converse up at this mad season as we will’t proceed to permit this sensible joke to roll over us. It’s time to rescue Nigeria from this illness and we should rise above any primordial sentiments.”