President Muhammadu Buhari summoned Ibrahim Idris, inspector-general of police, to the presidential villa in Abuja on Tuesday over his "breach of the order" to relocate to Benue following the killings in the state.
She reportedly said she had never seen so many military officers in Benue State and that the soldiers with the president could have stopped the bloodshed.
Buhari seized the opportunity of the encounter to query Idris for flouting his directive that he should relocate to Benue State following the killings recorded in the state.
Note that previously, the President visited Nasarawa State and that very day of his visit, Fulani herdsmen attacked and killed many people in the state.
The party said President Buhari has irredeemably "indicted himself" for not knowing that the man tasked with the security of the nation failed to take orders from the Commander-in-Chief, stressing that such unpardonable gaffe is responsible for "government's wrecking the nation's once robust economy as well as other woes that have befallen our nation in his nearly three years in office".
Announcing Idris' summon via Twitter on Tuesday night, Buhari also demanded a comprehensive report of police operations in the states affected by the farmer-herdsmen crisis.
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The president had also during the visit to Benue promised that he would ensure that there is an end to killings and terrorism in the country.
Reacting to questions on if the President does not monitor daily events in the country, Adesina said Buhari receives media highlights daily and also read the newspapers 'religiously'.
"But I did not know that the IG did not stay in the state".
"I am getting to know this in this meeting".
The president, who met with farmers, herdsmen, government officials and other stakeholders in Makurdi, denied insinuations that he was not interested in what was happening to the North-Central state. I know that we may not cry anymore now that you are here Mr President. That allegation came from Benue people. But a man does not have to be sacrificed unjustly that is what the President is saying.
"If the presidency is not committed to monitoring critical issues such as security, then Nigerians are no longer in doubt as to why other sectors, particularly our once robust economy, had gone comatose under the Buhari administration". Click any of these buttons below!