OPINION: Who is the Nigeria’s Commander-in-Chief of the Armed forces?

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Editor’s note: Since Prof. Yemi Osinbajo became the Acting President following President Muhammadu Buhari’s traveling to UK for medical cares; there have been controversies as to whether or not some cabals would allow Osinbajo to work as constitution permits him due to their selfish interest.

In a message sent to NAIJ.com, a Facebook user, Omololu Omotosho writes why the leadership of Nigeria’s security apparatus loyal to Acting President Yemi Osinbajo

It is necessary to ask who the commander-in-chief of the armed forces of Nigeria is because in case of an internal or external security emergency as pertains to Nigeria, who makes the split-second decision to deploy security, forces that lawfully should protect Nigerians.

Most of the leadership of Nigeria’s security forces are from the northern region of Nigeria; there is nothing fundamentally wrong with the choices of President Muhammadu Buhari as to the Nigerians he chose to lead the various branches of the military, Police, etc.

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But this situation brings up a burning question: Are these men in the leadership of Nigeria’s security apparatus loyal to Acting President Yemi Osinbajo?

OPINION: Who is the Nigeria’s Commander-in-Chief of the Armed forces?

OPINION: Who is the Nigeria’s Commander-in-Chief of the Armed forces?

This is a difficult period Nigeria is passing through and we hope crisis does not occur in Nigeria.

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Meanwhile NAIJ.com had previously reported that Osinbajo is scheduled to meet with traditional rulers from the northern region of the country as part of his effort to douse the tension generated by a quit notice issued to Igbos living in the north

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