Killer herdsmen: I heard everybody talking about Buhari in US White House – Pastor Giwa
The Senior Pastor of Awaiting The Second Coming Of Christ Ministry, Adewale Giwa, claimed he overheard everyone talking about Nigeria and its bad leadership under President Muhammadu Buhari at the White House, United States of America.
The clergyman asked Buhari to judge himself following the continued killing of innocent Nigerians by suspected Fulani herdsmen.
Giwa said leaders of All Progressives Congress (APC) and President Buhari should cover their faces in shame over the activities of herdsmen in Nigeria.
According to him, unless the 1999 constitution is thrown away and a call for a referendum to break Nigeria is made, nothing good can come of Nigeria.
“I want President Buhari to sit down and judge himself fairly. The problem facing Nigeria has gone beyond anyone trying to ban Twitter that cannot be banned,” he said in a statement to DAILY POST on Monday.
“The 36 states in Nigeria are now being taken over by Fulani herdsmen. They have rendered our security men powerless. Those who are terrorizing Nigeria are president Buhari’s kinsmen, called Fulani herdsmen. The president cannot look them in the eyes and challenge them.
“Look at what happened in Igangan on Saturday night. Benue and other states have been invaded by Fulani terrorists. Don’t you know it’s time to let people go their different ways?
“The dog that wants to get lost won’t listen to the voice of its master. The Lord has spoken concerning Nigeria a long time ago, and everything therefore will amount to tautology.
“I was in White House recently in the United States, everybody was talking about Nigeria, and President Buhari. I am sure the US won’t grant president Buhari an audience if he enters the country, following his failure to provide good leadership in Nigeria.
“Let me say it again that unless they throw away that evil 1999 constitution, call for a referendum to break Nigeria, nothing good can come of this. It’s the bitter truth they don’t want to admit. If not, Nigeria will break up herself without a referendum, be warned!”