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Haiti crisis: Same way El-Rufai paid ransom to bandits, Buhari kept quiet – Omokri warns

 A former presidential aide, Reno Omokri, has said that
President Muhammadu Buhari folded his hands and watched when Governor Nasir
El-Rufai started the practice of paying ransom to bandits.

 

He said this while drawing attention to the recent
happenings in Haiti, where gangs have taken over the government in a total
breakdown of law and order.

 

He recalled that these bandits went on rampage during
President Muhammadu Buhari administration, but instead of facing them squarely,
the government paid them ransom.

 

“Look at Haiti. Gangs have taken over. The gang lord,
Barbecue, is now effectively the leader of Haiti. The breakdown of law and
order is complete,” he wrote on X.

 

“Former prisoners and criminals are now in control. In
Nigeria, we should learn from this. When Nasir El-Rufai started the practice of
paying bandits, the Buhari administration kept quiet. The media did not push
back.

 

“Now, bandit attacks and abductions have become so
entrenched. In some places, citizens even pay taxes to bandits. And under
Buhari, these bandits attacked Kuje prison and freed hundreds of their colleagues.

 

“Do we want to go the way of Haiti? If we don’t, we must
close ranks and unite against banditry so we don’t end up with a gang leader
like Barbecue calling the shots in Abuja.”

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