Nobel laureate, Prof. Wole Soyinka, has added his voice to the ongoing attacks by Fulani herdsmen in the country.

He said President Muhammadu Buhari is in a trance.

This follows another herdsmen attack in Osun and Ondo states, sacking a council secretariat and burning a farm settlement.

Soyinka said he came to his conclusion based on “unforced errors,” adding that the President’s body language had aggravated killings by herdsmen in the country.

The playwright spoke in Lagos on Tuesday at a press conference titled, ‘Nomads and nation: Valentine card or valedictory rites.’

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Soyinka, while reacting to a question on the three things he would tell the President if he met him, said, “I will say Mr. President you are in a trance.”

He noted that the sooner the President got out of the trance, the better for the nation.

Asked the form of trance the President was in, the respected playwright said, “I don’t know. So many unforced errors; take for instance, the suspended Executive Secretary of the National Health Insurance Scheme, Usman Yusuf, that was reinstated by the President.

“What is that about? What is going on?”

Recalling that the menace of the killer herdsmen started about eight years ago, he said the current administration’s body language aggravated the situation.

He called on hunters, vigilance and voluntary groups to disarm the killer herdsmen if police refused to check their activities.

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