Sunday, June 24, 2012

Jonathan is a weak president, he rejected my advice to quiz Buhari & others – Azazi

Former National Security Adviser, NSA, has reacted to his sacking yesterday by President Goodluck Jonathan with shock and disbelief, and called Jonathan a soft president. He however expressed hope that the action would bring an end to the serious security challenges facing the country. In a statement through his Media spokesman Mike Awe, Azazi said Jonathan failed to heed his counsel on how to confront Boko haram.

President Goodluck Jonathan yesterday sacked the National Security Adviser, NSA, General Andrew Owoeye Azazi and the Minister of Defence, Haliru Bello. He named Col. Sambo Dasuki, rtd, as the new NSA. Dasuki was former Aid- de-Cmap, ADC, to General Ibrahim Babangida.

But reacting to the sacking, Media spokesman to Azazi, Mike Awe, said: “The government appointed him and has asked him to go. The President is under political pressure and not everything is classified and made public. When NSA asked that Buhari be invited for questioning, Jonathan kicked against it. When he suggested that some people be brought in and questioned, he kicked against it saying it is a ploy to scatter his government. So, really, it’s all about the president’s softness (weakness) but he appointed him and he has removed him.

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