Jonathan Needs To Seek Foreign Help- Atiku Abubakar As Kano State Governor Says, The President Is Not Welcomed In Kano

Former vice-president, Atiku Abubakar after the Nyanya bomb blasts incident, have said at this point, the president needs to seek the help of foreign bodies. In a statement by his media office in Abuja, yesterday, Atiku said, there is an urgent need for the government of Nigeria to review its methods and strategies for dealing with terrorism.  Speaking further, he called for a step-up in intelligence, listening posts, picking up trends and conversations with a view to pre-empting terrorist attacks, adding that it is time for Nigeria to accept foreign assistance with fighting terrorism in the country.

Meanwhile Kano State Governor, Rabiu Kwankwaso has said Kano residents won’t be willing to welcome Mr President in Kano. Rabiu said he personally regrets voting for him in 2011 because he has done nothing for the country. His words after the cut.

 I regret voting for Jonathan in 2011. He has not done anything to move the nation forward. Only a few people are enjoying in Nigeria and this is at the expense of other citizens.

We are still waiting to hear the truth about the alleged missing funds, which led to the suspension of former Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) Governor Sanusi Lamido Sanusi.

If someone alleges that N20 million is missing in one of our ministries, I will investigate the matter and if I find the allegation to be true, I must praise the person for a job well done and then take appropriate action.