Great Tension As Goodluck Jonathan Receives Marching Order From Buhari’s Men To Confess Now!!!

By Post-Nigeria: October 7, 2019 17:04

Great Tension As Goodluck Jonathan Receives Marching Order From Buhari’s Men To Confess Now!!!

The Buhari Media Organisation, BMO, has stated on Monday, that chilling revelation by Britain’s former Prime Minister, David Cameron, that former President, Goodluck Jonathan, rejected help to rescue the abducted Chibok Girls, reflects the nonchalance and irresponsibility that brought Nigeria into the mess the country is in today.

According to the BMO, the former President should confess his sins, apologise to the nation, and stop grandstanding on an issue where he was indeed caught sleeping at the wheel.

In a statement signed by its Chairman, Niyi Akinsiju, and Secretary, Cassidy Madueke, the BMO said that history would judge Jonathan, for treating governance as a matter of ego, without respect for lives and property, as well as his disservice to Nigeria.

“What other proof do Nigerians need to know, that if Jonathan had been allowed an extra week in power, the country would have been in a worse state than Venezuela. 

“Nigerians must appreciate the rescue mission embarked upon by the President Muhammadu Buhari administration, in the last four years. The country was a mess; governance was on auto-pilot with a President who was lukewarm towards his duties. 

“The revelation by former Prime Minister Cameron, in his book (For the Record), that Jonathan refused British assistance for the rescue of the Chibok girls after they were sighted, shows how the country was being managed by an incoherent Leadership, intent on driving her to either deliberate or irresponsible crash and wreckage.

“Even the late United States Senator, John McCain, alluded to this, when he told CNN, a few weeks after the abduction, that if he were the then US President, Obama, he ‘would not be waiting for some kind of permission from some guy named Goodluck Jonathan’, in a clear reference to the indecision of the former President, on a rescue mission.

“Which sensible President and Leader would ever miss such an opportunity to save the lives of his abducted citizens”, the group queried.

It said that former President Jonathan simply showed that he was not a patriot, and did not care for the Chibok girls, their traumatised parents, and Nigeria as a whole.

The BMO continued: “The Jonathan administration simply played politics with the lives of over 200 abducted school girls, at a time the world’s focus was on Nigeria.

“We recall that the then Chief of Defence Staff, late Air Chief Marshal Alex Badeh, said categorically at a pro-government rally, that the Military authorities had been able to pinpoint the location of the abducted schoolgirls, six weeks after the incident, but ruled out Military operations to rescue them at the time. Is this not a confirmation of what the former British Prime Minister said?

“The former President clearly made a mockery of serious business of governance, and history would not be kind to him, in spite of efforts to obfuscate issues with Nigeria’s rejection of gay marriage bill.

“We are also not surprised that Cameron claimed that Jonathan had turned the war against insurgency into a feast for his Military Chiefs. 

“It only confirmed investigations carried out by the Buhari administration, and the consequent prosecution of several senior Military Officers, who helped themselves to funds meant for the war against terrorism, aside from dipping into it to fund the expensive lifestyles of PDP Leaders and their friends.”

The group added that the entire picture brought up by the details of the former British Prime Minister’s book, is evidence of the hard work and commitment that President Buhari had to put in to rescue Nigeria, and set it on the upward path that it is on right now.

“The mess left by PDP and Jonathan crumbled the country. Of course, this is not a complaint, but we are only keen on ensuring Nigerians understand where we are coming from, and why the process of resuscitation is tedious, even though we are seeing steady recovery.

“Is it not instructive that it took President Buhari coming on board, for Nigeria to secure the release and rescue of 82 of the abducted Chibok girls, and is still doing all that is within his powers, to secure the other girls still in captivity.