If You See A Hausa Man In China Or In Us Who Migrated, It Was Because Of The State Police -Galadima


In a recent interview with the Sun, Alhaji Buba Galadima, a prominent figure within the New Nigeria Peoples Party (NNPP), criticized President Bola Ahmed Tinubu for allegedly perpetuating the unfavorable policies of his predecessor, Muhammadu Buhari. Galadima, who previously served as the National Secretary of the defunct Congress for Progressive Change (CPC), expressed his dissatisfaction with Tinubu’s approach to governance, suggesting that the current administration’s strategy is merely a continuation of Buhari’s controversial policies. This criticism comes amid growing public discontent with the nation’s economic and social challenges.

Galadima emphasized that Tinubu’s campaign primarily centered on the promise to build upon Buhari’s legacy. In his view, this commitment makes it inappropriate for Tinubu and his team to attribute the country’s present difficulties to Buhari’s administration. According to Galadima, Tinubu had effectively endorsed Buhari’s policies during his campaign and thus should bear responsibility for their ongoing impact on the country. The former CPC Secretary’s remarks highlight a significant rift within Nigerian political discourse regarding accountability and the direction of the nation’s leadership.

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In addition to his critique of the administration’s handling of Buhari’s policies, Galadima also voiced his opposition to the establishment of state police forces in Nigeria. He argued that many younger political leaders and governors lacked historical understanding of the negative consequences state-controlled police forces had on citizens in the past. Galadima referenced the era of native authority police, particularly in Northern Nigeria, which he believes led to significant migration due to oppressive practices against ordinary people. His stance reflects broader concerns about the potential for abuse of power and the erosion of civil liberties.

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Galadima’s comments underscore a broader debate within Nigeria about the balance between federal and state authority and the legacy of past administrations. As Nigeria navigates its current challenges, voices like Galadima’s call for critical reflection on both the continuity and change within the country’s political landscape. His remarks serve as a reminder of the complexities involved in governing a diverse and populous nation like Nigeria and the importance of historical perspective in shaping future policies.

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He said: “You know you young men, you thought it is pleasure, including governors, because they didn’t know. Most of them didn’t know when there was native authority police. If you see a Hausa man in China or in the United States who migrated, it was because of the use of state police in Kano and Jigawa against citizens..……See More

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