The General Secretary of the Afenifere, a pan-Yoruba socio-political organization, Chief Sola Ebiseni has recently mentioned that President Muhammadu Buhari can go wherever pleases him and that he is sure Nigerians will not miss him.
Photo: Chief Sola Ebiseni.
Recall that President Muhammadu Buhari, who is due to hand over power to Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu on the 29th of May 2023, while speaking at the commissioning of the new corporate headquarters of the Nigeria Customs Service, NCS, in Abuja, reiterated that he will move to Niger Republic if he is disturbed in Nigeria.
The Nigerian leader also said that should anybody forces him, he has a good relationship with the neighbouring countries in Africa and that the people of Niger will defend him.
While reacting to this statements from President Buhari, Chief Sola Ebiseni who alleged that Buhari brought Nigeria to her knees, said that the Nigerian leader can choose to go wherever he likes. He said that with just a few days to leave office, the Nigerian President has failed to see that the blood of the innocent people killed by terrorists in Kaduna and Plateau State is still soaked on the leader's feet.
In the report on Vanguard News, Chief Sola Ebiseni said: As he(Buhari) steps out, it is unfortunate that the President is unperturbed that his feet are still being soiled by the blood of citizens in Kaduna, Plateau and everywhere in the hands of terrorists. All things promised – enhanced security, economy and anti-corruption, became far worse than hitherto. Let him go wherever pleases him, Nigerians will certainly not miss him.”
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