Breaking: “In 40 years of Buhari’s Public life except speeches on Sharia or Boko Haram, have you ever seen Buhari give a public speech on any matter of public interest?”–Pastor Joe Attueyi New York[RR]London–Reacting to massive protest going on right now in front of the Nigerian High Commission in the United Kingdom, UK, respected Pastor […]
Breaking: “In 40 years of Buhari’s Public life except speeches on Sharia or Boko Haram, have you ever seen Buhari give a public speech on any matter of public interest?”–Pastor Joe Attueyi
New York[RR]London–Reacting to massive protest going on right now in front of the Nigerian High Commission in the United Kingdom, UK, respected Pastor Joe Attueyi berated Buhari’s incompetence through out his 40 years of public life. According to him Buhari is only interested in Sharia and Boko Haram. QED. Also according to certain Usman Okai Austin: “BUHARI MUST GO PROTEST COMMENCE IN LONDON TODAY”, indicate or showcased “President Buhari” receiving massive embarrassment in London from Nigerians in diaspora community, “Thus:: This is what happened in London this morning in front of Nigeria Commission. Protesting against PMB Declaration for second term”, it added.
His words:”Abba my brother, comparing IBB , El Rufai , Kwankwaso and Buhari in the area of being smart is akin to comparing sleep with death.
“In 40 years he has been in public life have you ever seen Buhari give a public speech on any matter of public interest except Sharia or Boko Haram? He added, “Has any university ever invited him to come give a speech? If not why not? And when he goes to these protesters will he speak extempore to them? Or he will read a prepared speech? Abeg no kill man pikin with laughter joor”, he mocked.
Abba Gumel addressing certain Bolaji Aluko said-“..Bolaji, you are right…. I recall using endearing terms like “ambulance chasers” to describe some of una in the “pdm” movement of yore. I have since “repented” and accepted the fact that you and the rest of the PDM gang were genuinely working for the survival of our democracy (there was so much mistrust ….stemming from countless avoidable mistakes by both sides…..at that time; the PDMers made it almost exclusively a Yoruba affair…and those of us, North of the Niger, who came out en masse to vote for MKO felt disrespected….we, from Kano, even abandoned our own son of the soil…Tofa…and voted for MKO (with about 70% of the votes)).
He added, “I salute anyone and everyone who exercise his/her right to protest against any politician or action taken by a politician. I salute the London protesters. It shows they care, and we must all protect their rights to do so. PMB will do well to convert the protest in London into an opportunity….I recall an incident when IBB (as military ruler) went to a convocation ceremony at UI, and the students were chanting against him. He gingerly walked towards the security fence (barricading the students from his party), wisking his customary staff from side to side, and the chants suddenly turned to IBB, IBB, IBB applause. He won them over effortlessly. IBB was/is a class act. Unbelievably brave and charismatic. If I were PMB, I will find a smart way to address the protesters (or their concerns). The protesters are, by and large, patriots (minus the few that are sponsored to be there to make trouble)….and should (and must) be seen as such”–Abba
In the conversation that ensued certain Bolaji Aluko remarked: ”
Credit: Joe Atuenyi