The Presidency has cautioned those it depicted as “a section of the political class” against deluding general society and impelling fights against the heads of military institutions in the nation.
The President’s Senior Special Assistant on Media and Publicity, Garba Shehu, gave the admonition in an announcement on Saturday.
He stated, “A group of politicians and beneficiaries of the Boko Haram insurgency is right now paying for people to join their planned protest against our country’s service chiefs.”
This follows the different calls by unmistakable residents in the nation for the sack of the service chiefs over the spate of killings and wrongdoings recorded as of late.
Likewise stressed over the security situation, a few legislators in the Senate and House of Representatives offices of the National Assembly as of late required the supplanting of the service chiefs with those with crisp thoughts.
In Saturday’s announcement, Shehu raised a caution that the Presidency had gotten reports that around 2,000 people have been procured to challenge the service chiefs on Monday.
He additionally charged the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) as being one of the sponsors of the demonstration, however the opposition party still can’t seem to respond to the allegation.
The President’s spokesman said, “This imminent gathering is the latest in a series of demonstrations orchestrated by the opposition to embarrass the government of President Muhammadu Buhari.
“As part of this overall scheme, the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, with its belligerent politics, has been marching from one embassy to the other in protest against the Buhari administration and the nation’s highest court of justice, the Supreme Court.
“They are keen to give the impression that Nigerians are in support of them as they take to the streets, and they will go to any length to promote this false narrative.”