Kungiyar dake saka ido kan yanda ake gudanar da ayyukan gwamnati, HURIWA ta bayyana cewa, shugaba Buhari ya kubutar da fasinjojin jirgin kasar da aka sace nan da awanni 48.
Ta bayyana hakane ta bakin daya daga cikin wakilanta, Comrade Emmanuel Onwubiko inda yace shugaba Buhari ya nuna cewa bai cancanci zama shugaban kasa ba.
Yace babban aikin gwamnati shine zamar da tsaro kuma idan ta kasa samar da tsaron kamata yayi ta dauka.
Yace idan shugaba Buhari bai kubutar da wadannan fasinjojin ba to majalisar tarayya zata fara shirin tsigeshi.
Civil Rights Advocacy Group, the Human Rights Writers Association of Nigeria (HURIWA), yesterday, tasked President Muhammadu Buhari on freeing the abducted Abuja-Kaduna train passengers.
The group, in a statement by its National Coordinator, Comrade Emmanuel Onwubiko, said it is inconceivable that there is a Federal Government in Nigeria, whereas Kaduna-Abuja train passengers are still in captivity ten weeks after their abduction.
According to HURIWA, it is a monumental show of incompetence and a demonstration that Nigeria does not have a solidly independent National Assembly that citizens are kidnapped by terrorists and for ten weeks, they are still not freed and the government is seen begging armed non state actors to release their hostages as if to say the government has reached its wits end.
The group stressed that if government which should control the maximum power of controlled violence and coercion is crippled, then the next best option is for them to throw in the towel so more competent persons can take charge.
It further demanded that the Federal Government should either free all hostages held by kidnappers and terrorists within 48 hours or the Senate commence impeachment of the President.
On the alternative, HURIWA demanded that President Muhammadu Buhari dismissed his military chiefs to bring in competent officers to salvage the situation of extremely heightened insecurity caused by insider compromises and abuses within the strategic national security institutions.
The rights group, who quoted the Managing Director of Nigeria Railways as affirming that the Abuja-Kaduna train service would resume soon with additional security measures put in place, described the action as irrational, insensitive, irresponsible, despicable and reprehensible.
It also told President Muhammadu Buhari that his legacies would be tarnished forever should he fail to free the hostages timeously.