Theophilus Danjuma, a former minister of defence, has said Nigerians will no longer sleep if he reveals what is going on in the country.
Danjuma, a retired general, said this on Thursday at the University of Ibadan, during the launch of a book, “70 Years of Progressive Journalism: The Story of the Nigerian Tribune”, and the presentation of Tribune’s Platinum Awards.
He said: “In Yorubaland, everybody seems to have lost their voice, scared. And people appear not to care about what is happening. If I tell you what I know that is happening in Nigeria today, you will no longer sleep.
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“So, Chief Ayo Adebanjo’s warning and advice is very timely. If you want details, I will give it to you privately.
“We are in a big hole as nation. And people who put us in this hole have continued today. So, we’ve to wake up. Only we can save ourselves. “The fifth columnists’ activities going on among your people are not helping matters. May Almighty God continue to bless this country, but only we can save ourselves from ourselves.”
Earlier, Adebajo, an Afenifere leader, had raised the alarm that Yorubaland was in danger, saying “We’ve been submerged.”
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He noted that only few governors in the southwest “are responsible for us. They’ve shut down. They cannot face the head of state because of their own shortcomings.”
“Buhari is not ruling the country. He wants to dominate us. I don’t mince words about it. There’s tyranny in the country. There’s anarchy. When the Head of State said there’s no respect for the rule of law, where are the lawyers? The moment there’s no respect for the rule of law, there’s no government again, there’s anarchy,” he added.
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Also at the event, the Alaafin of Oyo, Lamidi Adeyemi, said Boko Haram terrorists have not been technically defeated as claimed by the federal government.
He kicked against the hate speech bill before the Senate.