President Buhari has stated that the people of Nigeria should blame themselves for the problems they are facing and, not ethnicity and religion.
The president of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari told the people of Nigeria not to put blame on ethnicity or religion but should blame themselves for the problems(injustices) they are facing. President Buhari has said this with fact.
President Buhari explaining his stance recalled his struggle to get justice at the court for about 3 occasions. The justice he wanted was for the disrupted results of the presidential results in 2003,2007 and 2011. He recalled that those who ruled against him were not from other religion or ethnic groups. He started that those who rules against him were from his ethnic group and of the same faith this they practice the same religion. Those who supported him were rather from other ethnic groups.
Muhammadu Buhaei who has been the president of Nigeria since 2005, a retired Nigeria Army Major General has concluded that the people of Nigeria should blame themselves for their problems and ethnicity or religion.
Read this from the office of the President.
“After my third appearance in the Supreme Court, I came out to speak to those who were present then. I told them that from 2003, I’d spent 30 months in court.
“The President of the Court of Appeal, the first port of call for representation by presidential candidates then, was my classmate in secondary school in Katsina. We spent six years in the same class, Justice Umaru Abdullahi.
“My legal head was Chief Mike Ahamba, a Roman Catholic and an Ibo man. When the President of the court decided that we should present our case, my first witness was in the box.
“Ahamba insisted that a letter should be sent to the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), to present the register of constituencies in some of the States, to prove that what they announced was falsehood. It was documented.
“When they gave judgment, another Ibo man, the late Justice Nsofor, asked for the reaction from INEC to the letter sent to them. They just dismissed it. He then decided to write a minority judgment. That was after 27 months in court.
“We went to the Supreme Court. Who was the Chief Justice of Nigeria (CJN)? A Hausa-Fulani like me, from Zaria. The members of the panel went in for about 30 minutes, came back to say they were proceeding on break. They went for 3 months. When they came back, it didn’t take them 15 minutes, they dismissed us.
“In 2007, who was the CJN? Kutigi. Again, a Muslim from the North. After 8 months or so, he dismissed the case.
“Again in 2011, because I was so persistent, Mustafa, a Fulani man like me, from Jigawa, neighbor to my state, was a CJN. He dismissed my case.
“I’ve taken you round this to prove that our problem is not ethnicity or religion. It is ourselves.
“I refused to give up. I had tried to wear Agbada after what happened to me in Khaki.”
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