Nobel laureate, Wole Soyinka, has blamed the killings across Nigeria on the “failure” of President Muhammadu Buhari to “exact authority as at when due”. Soyinka lamented the cheapening of life under the lives of Nigerians under the Buhari-led government.
The Nobel laureate stated this at the official launch of his Interventions VIII series, entitled: “Quis Custodiet Ipsos Custodes? (Who keeps watch over the watchmen?), Gani’s Unfinished Business,” at Freedom Park, Lagos on Thursday, August 2, 2018.
Soyinka said there were serious acts of mis-governance under the current administration, as there were lots of unforced errors being committed by Buhari.
There are acts of mis-governance under this administration. There are unforced errors and acts that are considered being stupid; failure to secure lives; languages of self-excusing, which were condemned in the past but resurfacing all over the place,” Soyinka said according to Vanduard.
He decried that the Buhari administration over “intolerable degrees of bloodshed” adding that there was “also, failure to exact authority when and as at when due which led to the killings.”
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