Nigerians on twitter has set twitter on fire as they attack President Muhammadu Buhari for sending messages to the King of Saudi Arabia and keeping mute over the killings in his own state and other part of the country.
His message which was attacked goes like this: "On behalf of myself, the government and people of Nigeria, I pray for speedy and full recovery of the Saudi King, and Custodian of the two Holy Mosques, King Salman Bin Abdulaziz, one of the finest leaders I have ever met in the course of my interactions with world leaders."
One user found it very intimidating that he responded in a harsh way: "You are praying for someone in Asia, while our troops who are fighting in your back yard are butchered but you will never pray for them or even commiserate with their families. Dear Buhari, try and be the president of Nigeria for once"
see some of their reactions below:
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