World Leaders In Shock as Buhari ‘Writes’ Resignation Letter Under Pressure

By Post Nigeria August 25, 2016 17:25

World Leaders In Shock as Buhari ‘Writes’ Resignation Letter Under Pressure

President Muhammadu Buhari is currently under pressure to immediately tender his resignation letter, over his failure to rescue the abducted chibok girls.

Parents of the abducted chibok girls on Thursday, August 25, in Abuja after they were stopped by security operatives from reaching the Aso Rock presidential villa to see the President, demanded that the President brings back the girls, or tender his resignation.

Enoch Mark, a father of two of the girls, said President Buhari had failed the Chibok people, who voted for him in 2015, with the hope that he would ensure the return of the girls.

“Many Chibok parents voted you, because we believed that you would ensure the return of our daughters.

“You promised us that you are a military man and that you cannot lie.

“You said the war will not be over until the girls are back,” Mark said.

He added: “Now we hear shouts of victory. And you turn around and say you do not know how to get our daughters. Former President, Sani Abacha, told us that no country can fight war for up to 24 hours, without its government knowing about it. If the President lacks intelligence to bring back the girls, let him resign.

“We have men who can do the job.

“There is nothing that Nigeria does not have. What is stopping the President from giving the orders?” he queried.

The mother of Dorcas Yakubu, the girl who spoke in the recent Boko Haram video, said the Federal Government should exchange detained terrorists for her daughter, if the government has no better option.

“Because it is obvious that no serious effort has been done to ensure the rescue of our daughters, otherwise we would have heard some good news.” She said.

“My daughter pleaded with me to try and see the President personally, and talk to him regarding the rescue of the chibok girls. They named her Maida. I named my daughter, Dorcas, but they changed her name,” she added.

Mrs. Yakubu, called on the first lady, Aisha Buhari, to do her best to assist mothers like her.

Hauwa Abama, another mother, said the government was responsible for her ordeal.

“Government is the one that has taken my daughter from me,” she said.

Other relatives, Rhoda Ishaku, whose only sister, Zara, has been with her capturers for over two years, and Martha Enoch, wife of Enoch Mark, called on the government to put an end to the silence, and return their children.