Politician Says El-Kabir 2011, Is Deadliest, Bloodiest Human Sacrifice

Source: huhuonline.com

National Chairman and former Presidential candidate of National Action Council (NAC), Dr. Olapade Agoro has described the weekend, multiple attacks in Yobe and Borno states by the dreaded Islamic radicals, otherwise known as Boko Haram as the

deadliest and bloodiest mayhem during an Islamic Holy festival.

Agoro had in a statement made available to Huhuonline.com posited that the attacks were also a confirmation of a fact that security situation in the country can no longer be left in the hands of the President alone, but that President Jonathan his subordinates should urgently devise means of tackling the security problems headlong instead of playing politics with realities.

'The El- Kabir 2011 senseless maddening crowd inhuman wastage of about 100 innocent Nigerians in Damaturu, Yobe State by 'BOKO HARAM' the Islamic Fundamentalists is apparently a confirmation that Nigeria's security situation has entered the horror fast lane, completely running  out of control of President Goodluck Jonathan's administration.

'In what clearly mirrored a well-planned, deadliest and bloodiest orgy of satanic killing mentality, beating and reducing to shame the boastings of Jonathan's pack of nebulous minded security operatives and intelligence collection misfits, the instant horror film of wicked human sacrifice, was apt enough for one to say that Nigeria has had one too many of misguided missions under the present administration.       

'It was a condemnable exposition of those in authority not knowing what to do with power than being there simply as stingrays. At the highly frightening and embarrassing stage we are in with nothing good working than rhetorical promises, the type instantaneously made on behalf of Mr. President by his spokesperson, Dr. Reuben Abati  that 'those who carried out the Damaturu attack would soon be brought to book' it should be instructive that as to find a long lasting solution to the mirage of problems confronting us as a nation endemically with Nigerians terribly endangered lives, parlous security situations, dangerously hanging economy, policies' inconsistency et al, President Goodluck Jonathan  should  come to good reasoning now and stop playing politics with reality', Agoro warned.

Agoro, who foretells that such endemic security problems and eventual lapses on the side of government could lead to the disintegration of a country, as the citizenry may have lost confidence in their safety, enjoined President Goodluk Jonathan to urgently deal with the fundamental issues that may have been raised by all interest groups to avoid being responsible for the disintegration of the country.

'He should do everything now possible to avoid being the last President Nigeria may have, by immediately calling a national conference of all the stake holders  to find the altruistic way out,  before we are all consumed'.