Osinbajo said if Nigerian leaders don't provide the kind of leadership the people desire for prosperity and development, they will lose rights to be leaders.
The Vice President of Nigeria, Yemi Osinbajo has said leaders will lose rights to lead should they fail to provide prosperity and development for the citizenery.
Osinbajo made this known in few tweets after returning from his visit to Numan village in Adamawa to represent President Muhammadu Buhari.
He wrote, "What our people want is to be led to progress. As leaders, our duty is to lead the people towards prosperity and development.
"That is the kind of leadership we must provide. If we don't provide that, then we have lost our rights to be leaders."
Osinbajo, who was received by the Adamawa state governor, Gov Bindow, the Lamido Adamawa & chiefs said President Buhari wants a first hand report of what happened in Numan and Mubi.
The VP also highlighted that a permanent solution would be worked out as he condoles victims & adds that impunity would not be condoned anymore regarding this conflicts.
He also said he listened to members of the communities narrate their experiences in Numan and Dong, Adamawa State, where citizens were killed in recent communal clashes.
Ethic clashes claim 30 women in Numan village
At least 30 women and children in Fulani communities were killed allegedly by a Bachama militia group in Numan Local Government Area of Adamawa State on Monday, November 20, 2017.
The armed gang allegedly launched their brutal attacks on settlements in Shafaran, Shawal, Gumara, Kikam and Kadamti villages in the area, with eyewitnesses reporting that they chanted war songs.