Media Personality Gimba Kakanda has accused President Muhammadu Buhari of inciting violence during his speech at Zamfara rally of the All Progressive Congress party in the state.
In a video circulated across social media, the President was heard telling the people of Zamfara in Hausa Language, to fill their stomachs with food before coming out on election day, to get them prepared in case of any unrest.
When I saw a clip of this video last night, I shared my concern about the context. Having listened to a long audio and this, I’m worried. Buhari is telling Zamfara people to eat to their fill before coming out on the Election Day, so that if there’s an unrest, they are prepared.
Buhari is the Commander-in-Chief and tasked with providing security, not inciting violence as this Zamfara outing reveals. It’s quite sad that he got the chance to address these people, who’ve lost loved ones under his watch, and this insensitive speech was what he had for them.
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