A commissioner in the Police Service Commission, PSC, Najatu Mohammed, has called for the prosecution of the first lady, Aisha Buhari, for beating up and ordering the detention of a final year student of Federal University Dutse, Aminu Mohammed, as well as her former social media aide, Zainab Kazeem.
Mr Mohammed was arrested by plainclothes policemen and tortured for criticizing the first lady, Aisha Buhari, on Twitter, while Mrs Kazeem was arrested and beaten into coma for allegedly leaking secrets.
Mrs Mohammed chastised the president’s wife for taking the law into her own hands, calling on security operatives to arrest and prosecute her.
She stated that Mrs Buhari’s action must be condemned by all Nigerians.
“She doesn’t have the right to do that. In fact, she should be prosecuted for doing just that. She has taken the law into her hands. She has taken the place and the responsibilities of the commander-in-chief.
“I think Nigerians should rise up and say no to this. We will no longer accept this tyranny.
“Buhari left a vacuum in leadership that is why all manner of people grabbed it.
The same woman who said Mamman Daura had taken over her husband’s government has now become a tyrant. It is apparent she didn’t make that statement for God and the country but her selfish interest,” she said.
The right activist also recalled how Mrs Buhari tortured and ordered the detention of her former aide-de-camp for allegedly defrauding people in 2018.
“Secondly, this is not the first time she is doing this. She did it to her former ADC a couple of years ago when she accused him of stealing over 2 billion naira that he allegedly collected on her behalf.
“In Hausa, they say, ‘Ba rami mai ya kawo rami?’ When did you start collecting billions to the extent that your own ADC will be collecting it on your behalf?
“That boy was kept in prison for months. It took our intervention for him to be released. This is really a terrible thing to have happened.
Mrs Mohammed also lashed out at the first lady for tormenting those who elected her husband into office, adding that Nigerians are getting the exact opposite of what they voted for.