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Gov Ortom Slams Buhari, Osinbajo, NSA, IGP; Says They Ignored Warnings Of Attack by kurt09(m): 5:01am On Jan 14
GOVERNOR Samuel Ortom of Benue State, yesterday, told senators that prior to the crisis that engulfed the state, which led to the killings by Fulani Herdsmen, President Muhammadu Buhari, Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, the National Security Adviser, Babagana Monguno, and Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Idris, all ignored several warnings of the planned attack on Logo and Guma communities in the state.
73 persons were left dead in the attack.
Making the shocking revelations yesterday, during a meeting with the Senate Adhoc Committee on Security Infrastructure, led by the Senate Majority Leader, Senator Ahmad Lawan, Governor Ortom also blamed security agencies for the continued killing of inhabitants of the state by Fulani herdsmen since 2008.
President Buhari meets Governor Ortom of Benue State.
The governor, while lamenting the brutal killing of his people, told the senators that when he got the information of the planned seige by Fulani herdsmen on targeted communities in Benue State, said he immediately wrote a letter to the Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo, who was acting on behalf of President Buhari, who was away for medical treatment in London.
He told the senators that all attempts to get the Vice President’s attention through the letter fell on deaf ears, as he got no reply whatsoever from him, just as he said thatPresident Buhari, upon returning to the country, was also written to, severally, but no reply was also received from the President on the matter.
According to him, additional efforts were made by the Benue State Government to draw the attention of the National Security Adviser, Babagana Monguno, to the threat which was contained in a separate letter addressed to him, but still got no communication from him.
In the words of Governor Ortom: “We wrote to the Vice President on the planned attack on parts of Benue by Fulani herdsmen, because the word was everywhere on the street, but he refused to reply.
“And when there was no response, and when Mr. President came back, I personally went and intimated him, and also wrote. The documents are here, I will hand them over to you. I wrote to him on the planned attack by Fulani herdsmen because this threats were on the streets.
“I intimated Mr. President and it was put into writing. On the same October 7, 2017, I wrote to the Inspector General of Police. I told him of a planned attack on our people when there was no response. October 27, 2017, I reminded him that these people are planning to attack us, we are law abiding, we have disarmed our youths, and we are looking unto security agencies. And the way to do it is to arrest those people who were inciting the herdsmen to combat us, and we knew they were going to come.
“These people were all over the place; on television, in papers, doing various press conferences, and they eventually took us to court. But we felt that it is a crime for anyone to incite people against us with the purpose of killing or causing harm, destruction. So we expected them (security agencies) to act, but there was no action.”
“Of course I wrote to the Senate President for information, and the Speaker. I also wrote on 7th of October, when I was writing to the Acting President and Inspector General of Police, to the National Security Adviser on this planned attack against Benue people. I also wrote to the Director General of the Department of State Service (DSS). And when there was no action, I followed it up with a reminder on 27th of October, 2017. So, that was it, and I also on the 17th of October, I wrote to the President, I copied the National Security Adviser. There was no response. Of course, the National Security Adviser invited us for a meeting two times but it was put off.”
“This is very sad. Those people who are responsible for these killings, I know. I accuse them and I have evidence against them. They are on newspaper publications, they are on video, they are on audio, and they are known.”
“If I had wanted to buy guns, I wouldn’t wait. But if I bought guns and gave to those people, would my people have been killed in the manner they were killed? I disarmed the people. I’ve not bought a single gun, I’m a Christian. If I bought, I would say yes.
On allegations by Plateau Governor, Solomon Lalong, that he was warned against introducing the anti-grazing law in Benue, the Benue governor said: “How can you warn me? Am I the governor of Plateau State, Or am I his staff? Do I work for him? I’m Governor of Benue State, and my responsibility is to do what my people want. That is what democracy is.
“So when you and castigate people about because you were induced by someone, and you come out to make those kind of statements, then it’s unfortunate.
“Remember, this is the same man, a double standard person, who told me when I visited Jos three weeks ago, he told me that he is under pressure by his people to do the same law that I did in Benue State. He told me this, he never warned me anywhere. He’s just trying to use that to blackmail me, what crime have I committed.”
Ortom continued: “Is this how we want to continue as a country? Where some people are given privilege to be lawless?”
Earlier, Chairman of the Senate Committee on Security Infrastructure, Senator Lawan, who noted that the intent behind the constitution of the panel was to ensure a review of security infrastructure in the country, said that the leadership of the upper chamber felt “this was necessary due to the current rise of insecurity in Nigeria”, adding that “the way our security apparatus is arranged, citizens are not properly and effectively protected.”
Blaming the spate of killings around the country on security agencies, Senator Lawan said, “I think something is amiss. It is either they have deficiencies or they are not cooperating between themselves.
Members of the Senate Adhoc Committee on Security Infrastructure who visited Benue state to investigate the recent killings include: Senators Abu Ibrahim, Sam Egwu, Abba Kyari, Barnabas Gemade, Biodun Olujimi, Joshua Lidani, Emmanuel Paulker and Yahaya.

https://www.vanguardngr.com/2018/01/gov-ortom-slams-buhari-osinbajo-nsa-igp-says-ignored-warnings-attack/
Re: Gov Ortom Slams Buhari, Osinbajo, NSA, IGP; Says They Ignored Warnings Of Attack by Haganah: 5:01am On Jan 14
Ortom please take heart!

Zombies will not understand how this FG has armtwisted you. To the point of bugging all your phones and even those of your domestic servants.

Bugging is a free for all event so keep calm. Ears will not fall off!

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Re: Gov Ortom Slams Buhari, Osinbajo, NSA, IGP; Says They Ignored Warnings Of Attack by koolaid87: 5:05am On Jan 14
Ok
Re: Gov Ortom Slams Buhari, Osinbajo, NSA, IGP; Says They Ignored Warnings Of Attack by Buhari2019: 5:11am On Jan 14
He wrote to Osibanjo and he did nothing. Something is wrong somewhere. This moniker is becoming to heavy. I will deactivate it soon. Highly Disappointed. Mynd44, please ban this account till 2023. Thanks in advance.
Re: Gov Ortom Slams Buhari, Osinbajo, NSA, IGP; Says They Ignored Warnings Of Attack by Pat4t5: 5:12am On Jan 14
Good a thing that you are now realizing Buhari favoritism towards his stupid kinsmen

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Re: Gov Ortom Slams Buhari, Osinbajo, NSA, IGP; Says They Ignored Warnings Of Attack by Haganah: 5:16am On Jan 14
Osibanjo will go on exile soon! Mark my words.

Buhari2019:
He wrote to Osibanjo and he did nothing. Something is wrong somewhere. This moniker is becoming to heavy. I will deactivate it soon. Highly Disappointed. Mynd44, please ban this account till 2023. Thanks in advance.
Re: Gov Ortom Slams Buhari, Osinbajo, NSA, IGP; Says They Ignored Warnings Of Attack by madridguy(m): 5:38am On Jan 14
Samuel Ortom could you please shut your rotten mouth? Useless set of people. You wrote this you wrote, as the chief security of Benue State don't you know what to do. What stops you from alerting your people and get them ready or even make the attack first before they were attacked by the blood thirsty vampires. You people will used your state security allowance to keep your family in abroad and be playing with people's soul down here.
As a governor of a state you have some security command at your palm, had been is for you to intimidate your political rival you will know how to use them.

The blood of the innocent souls will surely hunt you people and your family. Wherever they are, no one partake in this genocide will scot free. Bunch of hypocrites.
Re: Gov Ortom Slams Buhari, Osinbajo, NSA, IGP; Says They Ignored Warnings Of Attack by koolaid87: 5:42am On Jan 14
What a country

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Re: Gov Ortom Slams Buhari, Osinbajo, NSA, IGP; Says They Ignored Warnings Of Attack by kings09(m): 5:43am On Jan 14
Am sure d governor will still call for buhari to run again for 2nd term cheesy abi omenkalives n liondeleo i lie?
Re: Gov Ortom Slams Buhari, Osinbajo, NSA, IGP; Says They Ignored Warnings Of Attack by tochyano2: 5:48am On Jan 14
For sale
Re: Gov Ortom Slams Buhari, Osinbajo, NSA, IGP; Says They Ignored Warnings Of Attack by Zendinho(f): 5:48am On Jan 14
Wait till 2019. then you do the needful
For now you can only wail n wait Bark n not bite.
Re: Gov Ortom Slams Buhari, Osinbajo, NSA, IGP; Says They Ignored Warnings Of Attack by EDOPRO: 5:51am On Jan 14
this governor and buhari dey drag Award for blame competition, benue people need to borrow Fayose for just one week.

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Re: Gov Ortom Slams Buhari, Osinbajo, NSA, IGP; Says They Ignored Warnings Of Attack by Alejoa(f): 7:10am On Jan 14
Protection of life and properties.....


I wonder how 'Osibande' can continue with this kind of unholy alliance....resign now you set of failure!
Re: Gov Ortom Slams Buhari, Osinbajo, NSA, IGP; Says They Ignored Warnings Of Attack by Samleen(m): 7:20am On Jan 14
Ok o
Re: Gov Ortom Slams Buhari, Osinbajo, NSA, IGP; Says They Ignored Warnings Of Attack by SouthEastFacts: 7:23am On Jan 14
kurt09:
GOVERNOR Samuel Ortom of Benue State, yesterday, told senators that prior to the crisis that engulfed the state, which led to the killings by Fulani Herdsmen, President Muhammadu Buhari, Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, the National Security Adviser, Babagana Monguno, and Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Idris, all ignored several warnings of the planned attack on Logo and Guma communities in the state.
73 persons were left dead in the attack.
Making the shocking revelations yesterday, during a meeting with the Senate Adhoc Committee on Security Infrastructure, led by the Senate Majority Leader, Senator Ahmad Lawan, Governor Ortom also blamed security agencies for the continued killing of inhabitants of the state by Fulani herdsmen since 2008.
President Buhari meets Governor Ortom of Benue State.
The governor, while lamenting the brutal killing of his people, told the senators that when he got the information of the planned seige by Fulani herdsmen on targeted communities in Benue State, said he immediately wrote a letter to the Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo, who was acting on behalf of President Buhari, who was away for medical treatment in London.
He told the senators that all attempts to get the Vice President’s attention through the letter fell on deaf ears, as he got no reply whatsoever from him, just as he said thatPresident Buhari, upon returning to the country, was also written to, severally, but no reply was also received from the President on the matter.
According to him, additional efforts were made by the Benue State Government to draw the attention of the National Security Adviser, Babagana Monguno, to the threat which was contained in a separate letter addressed to him, but still got no communication from him.
In the words of Governor Ortom: “We wrote to the Vice President on the planned attack on parts of Benue by Fulani herdsmen, because the word was everywhere on the street, but he refused to reply.
“And when there was no response, and when Mr. President came back, I personally went and intimated him, and also wrote. The documents are here, I will hand them over to you. I wrote to him on the planned attack by Fulani herdsmen because this threats were on the streets.
“I intimated Mr. President and it was put into writing. On the same October 7, 2017, I wrote to the Inspector General of Police. I told him of a planned attack on our people when there was no response. October 27, 2017, I reminded him that these people are planning to attack us, we are law abiding, we have disarmed our youths, and we are looking unto security agencies. And the way to do it is to arrest those people who were inciting the herdsmen to combat us, and we knew they were going to come.
“These people were all over the place; on television, in papers, doing various press conferences, and they eventually took us to court. But we felt that it is a crime for anyone to incite people against us with the purpose of killing or causing harm, destruction. So we expected them (security agencies) to act, but there was no action.”
“Of course I wrote to the Senate President for information, and the Speaker. I also wrote on 7th of October, when I was writing to the Acting President and Inspector General of Police, to the National Security Adviser on this planned attack against Benue people. I also wrote to the Director General of the Department of State Service (DSS). And when there was no action, I followed it up with a reminder on 27th of October, 2017. So, that was it, and I also on the 17th of October, I wrote to the President, I copied the National Security Adviser. There was no response. Of course, the National Security Adviser invited us for a meeting two times but it was put off.”
“This is very sad. Those people who are responsible for these killings, I know. I accuse them and I have evidence against them. They are on newspaper publications, they are on video, they are on audio, and they are known.”
“If I had wanted to buy guns, I wouldn’t wait. But if I bought guns and gave to those people, would my people have been killed in the manner they were killed? I disarmed the people. I’ve not bought a single gun, I’m a Christian. If I bought, I would say yes.
On allegations by Plateau Governor, Solomon Lalong, that he was warned against introducing the anti-grazing law in Benue, the Benue governor said: “How can you warn me? Am I the governor of Plateau State, Or am I his staff? Do I work for him? I’m Governor of Benue State, and my responsibility is to do what my people want. That is what democracy is.
“So when you and castigate people about because you were induced by someone, and you come out to make those kind of statements, then it’s unfortunate.
“Remember, this is the same man, a double standard person, who told me when I visited Jos three weeks ago, he told me that he is under pressure by his people to do the same law that I did in Benue State. He told me this, he never warned me anywhere. He’s just trying to use that to blackmail me, what crime have I committed.”
Ortom continued: “Is this how we want to continue as a country? Where some people are given privilege to be lawless?”
Earlier, Chairman of the Senate Committee on Security Infrastructure, Senator Lawan, who noted that the intent behind the constitution of the panel was to ensure a review of security infrastructure in the country, said that the leadership of the upper chamber felt “this was necessary due to the current rise of insecurity in Nigeria”, adding that “the way our security apparatus is arranged, citizens are not properly and effectively protected.”
Blaming the spate of killings around the country on security agencies, Senator Lawan said, “I think something is amiss. It is either they have deficiencies or they are not cooperating between themselves.
Members of the Senate Adhoc Committee on Security Infrastructure who visited Benue state to investigate the recent killings include: Senators Abu Ibrahim, Sam Egwu, Abba Kyari, Barnabas Gemade, Biodun Olujimi, Joshua Lidani, Emmanuel Paulker and Yahaya.

https://www.vanguardngr.com/2018/01/gov-ortom-slams-buhari-osinbajo-nsa-igp-says-ignored-warnings-attack/
It seems we are the same. It took the carnage in Benue for us to question the sanity of supporting a country that can't guarantee us basic security.

I'll be making statement soon, and I'll be addressing an apology letter to IPOB.
Re: Gov Ortom Slams Buhari, Osinbajo, NSA, IGP; Says They Ignored Warnings Of Attack by agwom(m): 7:25am On Jan 14
SouthEastFacts:

It seems we are the same. It took the carnage in Benue for us to question the sanity of supporting a country that can't guarantee us basic security.

I'll be making statement soon, and I'll be addressing an apology letter to IPOB.
Re: Gov Ortom Slams Buhari, Osinbajo, NSA, IGP; Says They Ignored Warnings Of Attack by royalamour(m): 7:26am On Jan 14
But wait! Why's Osinbajo very quiet these days?
Re: Gov Ortom Slams Buhari, Osinbajo, NSA, IGP; Says They Ignored Warnings Of Attack by wallbuilder(m): 7:30am On Jan 14
So unfortunate. What do you expect when most of the security agencies are headed by Fulani's?

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Re: Gov Ortom Slams Buhari, Osinbajo, NSA, IGP; Says They Ignored Warnings Of Attack by seunmsg(m): 7:34am On Jan 14
“If I had wanted to buy guns, I wouldn’t wait. But if I bought guns and gave to those people, would my people have been killed in the manner they were killed? I disarmed the people. I’ve not bought a single gun, I'm a Christian.


Mr. Governor, this is the time to get tough and defend your people. Buy the fvcking guns and arm as many youths as possible. Stop hiding your weakness under Christianity. The security agencies will not help you, arm your boys and let them meet force with force. Let them shoot every single herdsmen on sight.

The people of Benue state are not cowards, they've produced some of Nigeria's best soldiers since independence. Support them with arms to fight this out once and for all. Show those criminal herdsmen that they don't have the monopoly of violence and criminality.
Re: Gov Ortom Slams Buhari, Osinbajo, NSA, IGP; Says They Ignored Warnings Of Attack by wristbangle(m): 7:39am On Jan 14
You don't have to wait for those shameful men in power Mr blame blame governor. I don't pray for further attack but next time take the bull by the horn hence equip your people with weapon for self protection and order shoot on sight for any stubborn/heartless herdsmen about to initiate attack.

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Re: Gov Ortom Slams Buhari, Osinbajo, NSA, IGP; Says They Ignored Warnings Of Attack by fakeprophet(m): 8:56am On Jan 14
Ortom, he that dine with the devil, will one day end at the belly of the devil.

u were part of the carriers of change mantra
Re: Gov Ortom Slams Buhari, Osinbajo, NSA, IGP; Says They Ignored Warnings Of Attack by baralatie(m): 9:01am On Jan 14
kurt09:
GOVERNOR Samuel Ortom of Benue State, yesterday, told senators that prior to the crisis that engulfed the state, which led to the killings by Fulani Herdsmen, President Muhammadu Buhari, Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, the National Security Adviser, Babagana Monguno, and Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Idris, all ignored several warnings of the planned attack on Logo and Guma communities in the state.
73 persons were left dead in the attack.
Making the shocking revelations yesterday, during a meeting with the Senate Adhoc Committee on Security Infrastructure, led by the Senate Majority Leader, Senator Ahmad Lawan, Governor Ortom also blamed security agencies for the continued killing of inhabitants of the state by Fulani herdsmen since 2008.
President Buhari meets Governor Ortom of Benue State.
The governor, while lamenting the brutal killing of his people, told the senators that when he got the information of the planned seige by Fulani herdsmen on targeted communities in Benue State, said he immediately wrote a letter to the Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo, who was acting on behalf of President Buhari, who was away for medical treatment in London.
He told the senators that all attempts to get the Vice President’s attention through the letter fell on deaf ears, as he got no reply whatsoever from him, just as he said thatPresident Buhari, upon returning to the country, was also written to, severally, but no reply was also received from the President on the matter.
According to him, additional efforts were made by the Benue State Government to draw the attention of the National Security Adviser, Babagana Monguno, to the threat which was contained in a separate letter addressed to him, but still got no communication from him.
In the words of Governor Ortom: “We wrote to the Vice President on the planned attack on parts of Benue by Fulani herdsmen, because the word was everywhere on the street, but he refused to reply.
“And when there was no response, and when Mr. President came back, I personally went and intimated him, and also wrote. The documents are here, I will hand them over to you. I wrote to him on the planned attack by Fulani herdsmen because this threats were on the streets.
“I intimated Mr. President and it was put into writing. On the same October 7, 2017, I wrote to the Inspector General of Police. I told him of a planned attack on our people when there was no response. October 27, 2017, I reminded him that these people are planning to attack us, we are law abiding, we have disarmed our youths, and we are looking unto security agencies. And the way to do it is to arrest those people who were inciting the herdsmen to combat us, and we knew they were going to come.
“These people were all over the place; on television, in papers, doing various press conferences, and they eventually took us to court. But we felt that it is a crime for anyone to incite people against us with the purpose of killing or causing harm, destruction. So we expected them (security agencies) to act, but there was no action.”
“Of course I wrote to the Senate President for information, and the Speaker. I also wrote on 7th of October, when I was writing to the Acting President and Inspector General of Police, to the National Security Adviser on this planned attack against Benue people. I also wrote to the Director General of the Department of State Service (DSS). And when there was no action, I followed it up with a reminder on 27th of October, 2017. So, that was it, and I also on the 17th of October, I wrote to the President, I copied the National Security Adviser. There was no response. Of course, the National Security Adviser invited us for a meeting two times but it was put off.”
“This is very sad. Those people who are responsible for these killings, I know. I accuse them and I have evidence against them. They are on newspaper publications, they are on video, they are on audio, and they are known.”
“If I had wanted to buy guns, I wouldn’t wait. But if I bought guns and gave to those people, would my people have been killed in the manner they were killed? I disarmed the people. I’ve not bought a single gun, I’m a Christian. If I bought, I would say yes.
On allegations by Plateau Governor, Solomon Lalong, that he was warned against introducing the anti-grazing law in Benue, the Benue governor said: “How can you warn me? Am I the governor of Plateau State, Or am I his staff? Do I work for him? I’m Governor of Benue State, and my responsibility is to do what my people want. That is what democracy is.
“So when you and castigate people about because you were induced by someone, and you come out to make those kind of statements, then it’s unfortunate.
“Remember, this is the same man, a double standard person, who told me when I visited Jos three weeks ago, he told me that he is under pressure by his people to do the same law that I did in Benue State. He told me this, he never warned me anywhere. He’s just trying to use that to blackmail me, what crime have I committed.”
Ortom continued: “Is this how we want to continue as a country? Where some people are given privilege to be lawless?”
Earlier, Chairman of the Senate Committee on Security Infrastructure, Senator Lawan, who noted that the intent behind the constitution of the panel was to ensure a review of security infrastructure in the country, said that the leadership of the upper chamber felt “this was necessary due to the current rise of insecurity in Nigeria”, adding that “the way our security apparatus is arranged, citizens are not properly and effectively protected.”
Blaming the spate of killings around the country on security agencies, Senator Lawan said, “I think something is amiss. It is either they have deficiencies or they are not cooperating between themselves.
Members of the Senate Adhoc Committee on Security Infrastructure who visited Benue state to investigate the recent killings include: Senators Abu Ibrahim, Sam Egwu, Abba Kyari, Barnabas Gemade, Biodun Olujimi, Joshua Lidani, Emmanuel Paulker and Yahaya.

https://www.vanguardngr.com/2018/01/gov-ortom-slams-buhari-osinbajo-nsa-igp-says-ignored-warnings-attack/
Re: Gov Ortom Slams Buhari, Osinbajo, NSA, IGP; Says They Ignored Warnings Of Attack by bloodmoneyspita: 9:07am On Jan 14
madridguy:
Samuel Ortom could you please shut your rotten mouth? Useless set of people. You wrote this you wrote, as the chief security of Benue State don't you know what to do. What stops you from alerting your people and get them ready or even make the attack first before they were attacked by the blood thirsty vampires. You people will used your state security allowance to keep your family in abroad and be playing with people's soul down here.
As a governor of a state you have some security command at your palm, had been is for you to intimidate your political rival you will know how to use them.

The blood of the innocent souls will surely hunt you people and your family. Wherever they are, no one partake in this genocide will scot free. Bunch of hypocrites.

once you understand that the security officers of the state do not take others from the governor but from federal then you'll understand all this cries from Samuel ortom.

he does not have such powers so is your state governor.

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Re: Gov Ortom Slams Buhari, Osinbajo, NSA, IGP; Says They Ignored Warnings Of Attack by surgical: 9:09am On Jan 14
seunmsg:



Mr. Governor, this is the time to get tough and defend your people. Buy the fvcking guns and arm as many youths as possible. Stop hiding your weakness under Christianity. The security agencies will not help you, arm your boys and let them meet force with force. Let them shoot every single herdsmen on sight.

The people of Benue state are not cowards, they've produced some of Nigeria's best soldiers since independence. Support them with arms to fight this out once and for all. Show those criminal herdsmen that they don't have the monopoly of violence and criminality.
Then he should get the best lawyers because the security agencies will arrest his people, he should get the NGOs,the nigerian masses and the media on his side, when the Fulani rulers began their clamp down like they did to the people of taraba when they decided to take the fight to the Fulani s. But he must defend his people, they have a right to self defence.
Re: Gov Ortom Slams Buhari, Osinbajo, NSA, IGP; Says They Ignored Warnings Of Attack by tribalistseun: 9:12am On Jan 14
Osibande is useless, he's just there for nothing sake, he can't even speak for us as a Christian and a pastor

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Re: Gov Ortom Slams Buhari, Osinbajo, NSA, IGP; Says They Ignored Warnings Of Attack by Omeokachie: 9:18am On Jan 14
Same thing happened during the attack in Enugu.

Governor received intel, called a security meeting of the Army and Police who assured him of adequate protection, even sending patrol teams down to the area.


Few hours before the attack, all those patrols were withdrawn by powers that be!


People wonder why Enugu governor wept

They rushed to silence Nnamdi Kanu because he was raising consciousness and people were starting to ask questions.

Now nobody is speaking...evil pervades the land.
Re: Gov Ortom Slams Buhari, Osinbajo, NSA, IGP; Says They Ignored Warnings Of Attack by ifyan(m): 9:23am On Jan 14
A weakling.

Crying like a woman, don't you see how Fayose acted as a real man to handle the situation.

You are a disgrace to Manhood.

Tufiakwa,l spite on your head.
Re: Gov Ortom Slams Buhari, Osinbajo, NSA, IGP; Says They Ignored Warnings Of Attack by HegenIkomkeh(m): 10:34am On Jan 14
Samuel Ioraer Ortom is not only a weakling, he's a foolish and unintelligent leader.
For Godsake why do you disarm you people in the face of well coordinated, consistent and brutal attacks??
He trusted buhari and his hypocritical cohorts to protect his people even after their prolonged silence.Just imagine such foolishness in the name of whatever.
Let's not forget that after his people were attacked, Senator David armed his people sufficiently and raised an army to defend the idoma nation as well the igede people.
This one is here crying like a baby instead of doing the needful.
What a sad situation,what a foolish leader!
Re: Gov Ortom Slams Buhari, Osinbajo, NSA, IGP; Says They Ignored Warnings Of Attack by baralatie(m): 10:52am On Jan 14
Omeokachie:
Same thing happened during the attack in Enugu.

Governor received intel, called a security meeting of the Army and Police who assured him of adequate protection, even sending patrol teams down to the area.


Few hours before the attack, all those patrols were withdrawn by powers that be!


People wonder why Enugu governor wept

They rushed to silence Nnamdi Kanu because he was raising consciousness and people were starting to ask questions.

Now nobody is speaking...evil pervades the land.


Re: Gov Ortom Slams Buhari, Osinbajo, NSA, IGP; Says They Ignored Warnings Of Attack by Nobody: 11:28am On Jan 14
hmmm
Re: Gov Ortom Slams Buhari, Osinbajo, NSA, IGP; Says They Ignored Warnings Of Attack by anibirelawal(m): 12:14pm On Jan 14
As a governor of a state, cant he single handedly make a decission or provision to protect his poeple when he knew the possibility of the attack in the first place,?. or is that he has no power & authority to do such as a governor?


Am not blaming him for the fact that, he tried to inform the fedral government about the possibilty of the attack.

But i think he should have done more than has he speculated.
Re: Gov Ortom Slams Buhari, Osinbajo, NSA, IGP; Says They Ignored Warnings Of Attack by chimerase2: 12:20pm On Jan 14
nawa o

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