Buhari Is A Failure Not Only To The Country But To The Military That Made Him General - Aisha Yusufu
By Life760 | self meida writer
Published 20 days ago - 1643 views
Aisha Yusufu blows hot while sharing a Twitter update which contains a video clip in which some bandits were featured addressing that the Nigerian Government is failing in confronting the conflict and they are only accepting to sit because the meeting was set by clerics.
Aisha Yusufu is known for her advocacy where she mostly convey her view on Twitter handler.
None from the social media platforms I knew where users right of expressing their views, opinions, and any trash regardless to whether the views or opinion will tarnish the image of any nation or individual.
See what Aisha Yusufu say about our able president that cause reactions from different angles in Twitter.
This update has ignited an unquenchable fire where many from her fans react towards what she said.
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