The Human Rights Writers Association of Nigeria, HURIWA, has knocked some Northern elders calling on the sack of service chiefs.
HURIWA charged them to contribute their quota to the end of insecurity in Nigeria and leave Service Chiefs alone.
Acccording to the human right body, Northern elders should stop their “beer parlour” criticism of the war against insurgency in the North.
Recall that the Coalition of North East Elders for Peace and Development which said President Muhammadu Buhari’s New Year message was a flop because it did not address the failure of the service chiefs..
Reacting to the statement, HURIWA in a statement signed by its National Coordinator, Emmanuel Onwubiko urged them to collaborate curbing insecurity.
According HURIWA: “We hereby call on Northern leaders and elders to stop the well oiled calculated and orchestrated campaign of calumny and desists from the “beer parlour” criticisms of the war on terror and return to their communities to show leadership examples to their wards and children.
“HURIWA applauded the Chief of Army Staff, LIEUTENANT GENERAL YUSUF TUKUR BURATAI for doing so much with so little made available given the complexity involved in waging holistic war on terrorists that have global affiliation to the Middle East based Islamic States’ terror network that is awash with secret sponsorship dollars from their institutional and private supporters