It is an obvious reality that ever since this Buhari led administration came into power in 2015, a lot of unfortunate incidents have happened that seem to cut short the high expectations of a lot of Nigerians.
You will agree with me that one of the major platforms where Nigerians take advantage of to vent out their anger, frustration and tiredness towards the government of the day is the use of the available social media platforms.
Interestingly, one Twitter user with account name Henry Shield took to his Twitter handle to express himself and at the same time passing a message across to Nigerians. Check out what he tweeted below:
"At this point I ask anyone still supporting Buhari to voluntarily submit themselves for medical evaluation. This is no longer being partisan, it now bothers on mental illness"
Below are screenshots of some reactions:Do you agree with Henry Shield's point of view? Kindly share your thoughts in the comment section below.
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