Herdsmen Killings: N’Abba faults Buhari approach, reveals what he must do to end it
He disclosed that president Buhari has given people the impression that he was working alone to resolve the crisis, noting that Buhari alone cannot resolve the crisis.
While suggesting ways of ending the crisis, N’Abba maintained that there was a need for president Buhari’s administration to adequately engaged with affected communities in order to find a lasting solution to the menace.
“I think a long time ago, communities must have been engaged properly by this administration. I don’t think communities are being engaged.” he noted
“These conflicts have been raging on even before this administration and I thought the administration must have been prepared enough to meet with most communities where these conflicts have been taking place with a view to engaging them not on one-off basis but on a continuous basis. I don’t see this happening.
“I don’t think it has been handled in the most appropriate manner. I don’t think Buhari can handle this problem alone and the impression he has given most people is that he is working alone.
“If he wants to solve problems in this country, he has to engage many people as possible- elders, the party and everybody that can assist. Problems cannot be solved just by ruling and that is what I think they are doing and not everybody in the government possesses the right kind of wisdom for them to be able to solve these intricate problems,” he added.