You have to sack the service chiefs now- Political parties tell Buhari



More than 40 restriction parties under the umbrella of Coalition of United Political Parties (CUPP) have depicted as troubling, the resurgence of Boko Haram assaults and murdering of more than one hundred soldiers at  army military base in Meitele, Borno State.

The CUPP in an announcement on Sunday by its Spokesman, Ikenga Imo Ugochinyere told President Muhammadu Buhari to sack service chiefs; the Inspector General of Police (IGP), Ibrahim Idris; Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Ibrahim Magu and the Comptroller General of Customs.
 The Coalition said they ought to be sacked on grounds that they were at one time or the other playing governmental issues with their workplaces as opposed to doing their official assignments with abnormal state of nonpartisanship.
The CUPP said expanded assaults by components of the Boko Haram and ISWAP on military bases in the North East was a national humiliation, which should have been checked from developing in any way.
"From the assault in Jili in July where we allegedly lost more than 200 officers in Zari in August, Mainok and Kekeno and now Meitele, this is one assault too much.
"We therefore ask President Buhari to rescue the last remnants of respect left for his administration by promptly sacking the services chiefs, the Inspector General of Police, Chairman of the EFCC and Comptroller General of Customs.
"This activity will both raise the resolve of our troops in the fronts that there are ramifications for Commanders who fall flat them and furthermore give Nigerians and the global network the certainty that heads of security offices will be nonpartisan amid the quick moving toward general decisions where the president and his party are set out toward annihilation.
"An administration that can't satisfy the fundamental substance of administration as cherished in section 14 of the 1999 constitution which is the security of lives and properties of its citizen, has completely failed and must be shown the way out using the power of the ballot come February 16, 2019,” the CUPP

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