The executive chairman of the Centre for Human Rights and Social Justice (CHRSJ), Comrade Adeniyi, Alimi Sulaiman, has declared that the President Muhammadu Buhari-led administration is godless and as a result, is now facing a crash.
Sulaiman said Buhari’s government was bound to fail in all ramifications just as he urged the president and his team to “stop playing and challenging God.”
The group said this as part of the protest march that took over parts of the country against poor governance and harsh economic conditions among the people.
It also faulted the anti-corruption crusade of the Buhari-led administration as being selective, against the principle of equity, accountability, transparency and justice, adding that president had been protecting “fantastically corrupt set of people, like the Secretary to the Government of Federation (SGF), Mr David Babachir Lawal, the acting chairman, Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Mr Ibrahim Magu, among others, in his government.”
He said the people of the country were protesting because they have been pushed to the wall.
Comrade Sulaiman, while addressing protesters in Osun state, advised Nigerians to unite against putting the present administration of Buhari on its toes for the interest of the voiceless masses.
The CHRSJ boss, in the speech made available to NAIJ.com, lamented the state of the nation saying life has become unbearable for the masses of the country.
Describing the way and manner in which security agents in the land, forced the hip-hop star, Innocent Tuface Idibia to withdraw from the anti-Buhari protest, the group described the plot of security agents to scuttle the mass protest in some areas as barbaric, evil, unconstitutional, ungodly, undemocratic, anathema, abomination and crime against humanity and God, stressing that Nigerians were fed up and angry with all the economic policies of Buhari’s administration.
“Our duty is to liberate Nigeria from shackle of poverty, suffering, disease, squalor and undemocratic tendencies of Buhari’s government.
"It is high time we all rose up to the challenges posed by this endless suffering under Muhamamdu Buhari, so that the labour of our heroes past shall not being in vain.
"Our ‘siddon-look’ posture will destroy the country. Nigeria shall one day be free and that all evil men will perish because they are enemies of the masses due to their unconstitutional attitude to the fourth schedule of section (7) with section 14, 15,16,17,18 and 33 to 41 of the 1999 constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria as amended.
“It would amount to serious disservice to the nation and the entire people of Nigeria if General Muhammdu Buhari (rtd) as a former military dictator, cannot vacate our democratic space for genuine democrat," he added.