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AGF shun terrorizing insurgents, set to proscribe Yoruba Nation Agitators
The of the Attorney General of the Federation under the watch of Abubakar Malami who is also the Justice Minister, according to reports is on a plan to outlaw Yoruba Nation Groups headed by Prof Banji Akintoye and Sunday Adeyemo also known as Sunday Igboho.
The AGF office had revealed that the Federal government is presently exploring options with the context of law to ascertain a united and peaceful Nigeria.
Mr. Umar Gwandu, the Special Assistant to Malami on Media and Publicity had revealed during an interview with Newsmen, #Scannews24 gathered.
According to him, all options are available at government reach to maintain a seren atmosphere, and whatever doable will be attained.
In his words partly “Whatever thing that is doable and possible within the context of the law in accordance with extant provisions of the law will be pursued. All options are available at the Federal Government’s end. Malami’s had responded when asked Buhari’s government would specifically proscribe Pa Akintoye and Igboho led groups.
The aide also refuted assertions making rounds that the attorney’s office has not been prosecuting bandits and terrorists
Recall Nigerians have condemned the government’s style of handling security issues in the country, which appears to be a kid glove on the armed insurgents while agitators face the iron fist.
Samuel Ortom of Benue State had accused the APC-Buhari lead administration of pampering and failed to prosecute killer bandits, terrorists but clamping down harshly on separatists.