Nnamdi Kanu: People are comparing apples to oranges”- Gov El-Rufai replies Nigerians asking why govt is yet to arrest bandits

The governor of Kaduna state, Nasir El-Rufai, has replied people asking why the Federal government could effect the arrest of IPOB leader, Nnamdi Kanu.

According to El-Refai, Boko Haram terrorists group and bandits does not have a centralized leader unlike the IPOB.

In a interview with BBC Pidgin, Governor el-Rufai said;

“I was very happy (when Nnamdi Kanu was arrested) because, first he jumped bail, jeopardising his sureties. Secondly, a person that challenges the sovereignty and the authority of a state and incites violence; he refers to his own country as a zoo.

This should be a message to all these separatists challenging the authority of the Nigerian State to be very careful.”

When asked about Boko Haram and bandits, the Governor said it’s not a centralized group and that the Boko Haram leader have been in hiding for 10 years.

He said;

“No! No! No! No! People are comparing apples to oranges. Nnamdi Kanu is the leader of IPOB, a proscribed organisation. He is identifiable, in constant communication and everyone knows where he is.

Let’s take Boko Haram for instance. Shekau was in hiding and for the past 10 years and the military had been waging a war to get him.

It is not like Shekau was in Saudi Arabia, sitting in one place, tweeting about the break up of Nigeria or asking Boko Haram to go and kill Helen and Nasir el-Rufai.

Regarding bandits, they are not centralised under one leadership. Who is the head of the bandits? Who is the equivanlent of Nmandi Kanu with banditry?

Bandits are just collections of independent criminals. It is a business for them. It is not a case of Nigeria must break up.

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