We Are Behind Workers; Buhari Is Running Government Of Fraud – Igbo Forum

By 11:44 Wed, 18 May 2016 Comments

The Njiko Igbo Forum, NIF, Wednesday threw it’s weight behind the industrial action declared by the Nigeria Labour Congress, NLC, over the removal of fuel subsidy.
This is even as a faction of the workers has backed out of the strike.

Speaking in an exclusive interview with DAILY POST, President of NIF, Rev. Okechukwu Obioha described the present administration as “a government of fraud and rigmarole.”

He stated that the President Muhammadu Buhari led administration had failed in fulfilling in any of its campaign promises.

While urging the Ayuba Waba led NLC to ignore the industrial court’s ex-parte order, Obioha said “we can’t be talking of any court injunction because this is a government that does not respect rule of law.

“It has flouted so many judgements and orders of court; so we can’t be here talking about the black-market injunction obtained by the AGF.

“Courts of competent jurisdiction gave orders for the release of Nnamdi Kanu as well as Sambo Dasuki but the government never obeyed it; the President started giving reason why the order will not be obeyed; there is also order against electricity tariff increase, it was never obeyed.

“So, we are calling on all Nigerians to sit at home in protest; all the desperate measures by government to stop the strike should not be allowed.

“It is even quite curious that this same government is now recognizing Ajaero faction; the situation is like a lady who is good for friendship but not good for marriage. These are desperate measures.”

The Igbo group further accused President Buhari of trying to silence the voice of opposition, stressing that “the government is confused; it has no direction; that’s why they don’t want anybody to talk. We are no longer practising democracy, we have a pseudo-military administration.

“There is so much dishonesty on the part of this government; so much fraud against the masses and this is the time to resist it.”




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