Former Minister of Sports, Solomon Dalung, has called on President Muhammadu Buhari to sack the country’s service chiefs following unabated killings in the northern part of the country.
Dalung who spoke in Hausa language in a video posted on his Facebook account said human life has become too cheap in the country under the Buhari’s administration. The former Minister alleged that the service chiefs are using budgetary allocations for security to enrich themselves and warned that the president will regret not sacking them by 2021
“Mr President, you have given these people more money, yet we continue to lose more lives.
“These people are only enriching themselves with public money Mr President.
“Sadly, you have once mentioned that they were disobeying your orders; I mean orders of the Commander-In-Chief, so why are you still tolerating them?
“Mr President, it’s high time you let go of them because their continued stay is only rubbishing your administration.
“I’m not a prophet but I can predict (that) if no action is taken on these traitors within your government, you’ll bitterly regret it by 2021.
“From Borno to Kwara and from Plateau to Sokoto, human life has become cheaper than that of a chicken.
“Take for example, how innocent souls are perishing, and needlessly so, in your own home state of Katsina” Dalung said.