…Says Buhari Should Beware Of Fifth Columnist In Presidency
Ondo state Government has replied the Federal Government that the seven days ultimatum issued to the Fulani herdsmen to vacate the Forest Reserve is unambiguous and it stands.
Donald Ojogo, Ondo state Commissioner for Information fielding questions on a program, Sunrise, monitored in Lagos on Wednesday said the statement credited to the Presidency may not have originated from President Muhammadu Buhari who he said is working to end the insecurity in Nigeria.
His words, “ We are still waiting for confirmation because this statement may not have come from the presidency. And going by the pedigree of Garba Shehu, who was alleged to have authored the statement,it may not be from him, otherwise it will means that some people in the Presidency are bent to create problems for Mr. President.
“ The Forest Reserve is an asset and it’s conserve, so I will be surprised if some people want to ethnic-iced what Mr. Governor said which was clear an unambiguous. The Forest Reserve is different from natural forest.
“ All The people that were kidnapped and were lucky to have come out alive have almost the same story to tell that they were taking deep into the forest. And if the Fulani herdsmen cannot fish out the Bandits operating, using them as cover, that will be too bad. The Ultimatum is for the good and security of everybody doing legitimate business in Ondo state.” He said.