Insecurity: Okorocha Asks President Buhari To Get Rid Of Those He Hired To Work Because They’re Failures

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Rochas Okorocha, the former Imo State governor and current Senator representing Imo West constituency has urged President Buhari to get rid of his cabinet members for having failed in their duties.

Okorocha stated this during his condolence visit to the Nasarawa State Governor, Abdullahi Sule at the Government House in Lafia, the state capital.
He commiserated with the Governor and the family of the late state chairman of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC), Mr. Phillip Tatari Shekwo, who was murdered by gunmen.

The former governor said “President Muhammadu Buhari should fire the people he hired to work for the country because they have failed and are not performing in the national assignments given to them.

“He should do the needful to save the nation from the insult on the leaders. The people are angry about the recent events in the country.

“The culprits who killed people in Borno, the people in Nasarawa and other parts of the country should be arrested and prosecuted. The killing of people by gunmen should not happen again. It is an insult to the country.

“President Buhari should hire competent hands to develop the country as many other countries suffered similar fate before they experienced growth and development.”

The Imo West Senator, however, appealed to citizens of the country to be patient and cooperate with the Federal Government to reduce unemployment and hunger in the land.

On his own part, Governor Sule said three suspected criminals linked to the murder of the late APC chairman were killed by the military, while another one was arrested a few days ago.

He revealed that one of the suspects reportedly confessed to killing Shekwo, adding: “We are waiting for the report from the police.”

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