Niger Delta ex-militants under the amnesty programme, have warned politicians against playing politics with the present insecurity situation in the country, particularly the issues of Chibok girls abduction and the Boko Haram phenomenon.
Delta State Chairman, Amnesty Phase 2 ex-militants, Mr. Kingsley Muturu, told newsmen in Warri, Delta State, that the politics of Chibok girls and the Boko Haram phenomenon were orchestrated to frustrate President Goodluck Jonathan’s 2015 ambition.
He said efforts to stop Jonathan from running for a second tenure would not prevail, as Nigerians can testify that President Jonathan does not deserve to be bullied by those who think themselves superior.
He said: “A situation where a large number of girls are abducted from a school without anybody knowing their whereabouts until now, coupled with their states of origin, is appalling. Or are they all from Borno State?
“They should stop deceiving Nigerians and allow Jonathan to work for the people who voted him. They do all these things because of 2015 elections.
“There is no information from the world powers that came for the rescue of the girls. Everybody is keeping mum over the issue, politicking and manipulating information.
“It is all a ploy against Jonathan and his government.
“We Niger Delta ex-agitators are behind Jonathan for a second tenure. The security situation in the country is a plot by a group of people, and Niger Delta agitators are keenly watching their diabolic activities.”