The Katsina State branch of the New Nigeria Peoples Party has approached the President, Major-General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.), to resign quickly over his failure to get the country secured .

 Sani Litti, the katsina state chairman of the NNPP who made the decision at a public interview in Katsina on Monday, claimed that no less than 50,000 Nigerians had lost their lives to banditry from 2015 to date.

Sanni, therefore, charged individuals from the national Assembly to initiate the impeachment of the President Muhammadu Buhari in the event that he decided not to resign.

He likewise required the announcement of state of emergency s in Katsina, Kaduna, Zamfara, Niger and Sokoto states because of safety challenges.

He said, "We reinstate the call on President Muhammadu Buhari to immediately resign from office for his inability to secure Nigeria. Insecurity issues keep rising due principally to bad governance including a rise in poverty, poor economic policies, a fall in the standard of living of the people, an upsurge of ethnic militias, an increase in corruption activities, crime and criminal activities, an increase in the use of drugs and several factors.

"In the event of the President refusing to resign, we urge the National Assembly to apply constitutional means to save the lives and properties of Nigerians.

“The government of Nigeria should as a matter of urgency declare a state of emergency on security in the following states: Katsina; Kaduna; Zamfara; Niger and Sokoto states.

Litti encouraged the federal Government to likewise employ hired mercenaries for six months to battle the banditry, agitators and ancestral state armies, adding that Administration ought to from there on enlist 1,000,000 youthful Nigerians who ought to be prepared as special forces to protect the country after the exit of the hired fighters.

"In this respect, we are calling on the Federal Government to immediately hire mercenaries for six months from whenever to fight the rising banditry, insurgency and tribal militias. Similarly, the government should as a matter of urgency recruit one million young Nigerians to be trained as Special Forces to protect and secure the country when the mercenaries leave in six months,” he added.

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