Youth wing of the Igbo socio-cultural organization, Ohanaeze Ndigbo has condemned the reinstatement of Commissioner of Police, Zakari Biu who was dismissed three years ago.
Mr. Biu was dismissed for allegedly aiding the escape of Boko Haram kingpin, Kabiru Sokoto from detention. Kabiru Sokoto is now serving a jail term in Abuja after being convicted for the Christmas day, 2011, bombing at St. Theresa Catholic Church, Madalla, Niger State.
On Friday, the Police Service Commission reinstated Mr. Biu and statutorily retired him.
The Ohanaeze youth wing accused the President Buhari led Federal Government of pursuing a northern agenda.
President of the group, Okechukwu Isiguzoro said the federal government belongs to the north alone and not to everybody as President Buhari claimed.
“The manner and impunity with which the Buhari administration is reversing some laudable actions and policies of his predecessor without minding the security implications calls for concern. The decision of the PSC is very worrisome and against all known norms and true justice.
“Our questions are these: What effort has the present administration made to know the situation of the victims of that bomb blast? What effort has the government made to know the condition of the bereaved families, considering that most of the victims were their bread winners?
“It is obvious that Mr. President cares less about the Ndigbo in this country; we are saying that the current administration is dragging this country into ethnic chaos and it will not yield any good fruit.” The group said.