President Buhari Describes As ‘Madness’ The Attacks Going On In Some Parts Of The Country

By Newsie ED:-

President Muhammadu Buhari while condoling with those who lost family members in the recent insecurity bedevilling the country, lamented on what he described as madness going on in some parts of the county.

Mr President, who is Indirectly referring to the incessant attacks on police stations and security institutions in the South-East region, wondered who would protect the people.

This was included in the release by the President spokesman, Garba Shehu.
In addition, Buhari uses the opportunity to condole with all who lost family members due to what he described as the ‘madness’.

Shehu’s release on Sunday partly reads;
“The President calls on all local leaders to talk to their youths and warn them against being used to incite and foment violence. ‘If we attack institutions guarding us,’ the President wonders, ‘who will protect us in future emergencies?'”

On the other hand, President Buhari had earlier announced that he would be modest with the forthcoming Salah celebrations and stated that no visitor would be expected in the Aso Rock Villa.

Meanwhile, as Muslims in Nigeria join others globally in preparations towards Eid Al-Fitr, a day that is celebrated to mark the end of Ramadan, the month of fasting, President Buhari directs that all celebrations be limited due to the global Coronavirus crisis.

 “To this effect, the President, First Family, his personal aides, members of cabinet and Service Chiefs who choose to remain in Abuja will congregate in full compliance with COVID-19 protocols at the forecourt of the Presidential Villa to observe the Eid prayers. Time fixed for the prayer is 9:00am.

 “Thereafter, there will be no traditional Sallah homage to the President by religious, community and political leaders. As was the case last year, the President encourages such leaders to be content with modest celebrations at home in view of the pandemic.

 “President Buhari specially thanks the Ulama (Islamic Clerics) and all other religious (Muslim, Christian) leaders who continue to pray for the wellbeing of the nation and its people,” the statement added.

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