I will not give in to threats, I will take any decision out of fear or pressure
President Muhammadu Bukhari said on Friday that he will not give in to threats from those who present him with an ultimatum to take certain actions, otherwise “the nation will melt.”
President Garba Shehu, Senior Special Assistant to the President for Media and Advertising, said in a statement that he will not be forced to make any decisions out of fear as Nigeria grapples with security concerns and the COVID pandemic. nineteen.
“The presidency responds to recurring threats to the country’s corporate existence with factions that set specific deadlines for the president to do something, or, in their language, ‘the nation will disintegrate.’
“This is to warn that such anti-patriotic outbursts are both unnecessary and unfounded, as this government will not give in to threats and will make any decisions without pressure at a time when the country’s full attention is required to address the security challenges it faces in a health crisis. Covid-19 “.
“I repeat: this administration will not make any decisions against the interests of the 200 million Nigerians, who are the primary responsibility of the president under the constitution, out of fear or threats, especially in this hour of health crisis.”
“The President, as elected leader under this constitution, will continue to work with patriotic Nigerians through and in accordance with parliamentary processes to find solutions to structural and other obstacles to the growth and well-being of the nation and its people.”
Source: – Independent ng