Recently, some persons have been arrested for using disrespectful words in describing the President on social media platforms, people have therefore being subtly warned to avoid using strong negative terms to describe the President.
Few days ago, a popular hausa politician and media aide to Governor Ganduje was arrested after blasting the APC-led administration for failing to secure the country, he went further as asked that the President resigns from office if he cannot keep the citizens secure.
However Aisha Yesufu have shared a tweet made by the current president against the previous President where he had referred to the then President as 'incompetent'. President Muhammadu Buhari had emphasized the need for emphathy and humanity back then in 2015, however it seems these are the same qualities he's been accused of lacking currently.
Aisha Yesufu wrote: "In January 2015, Buhari @MBuhari called out the incompetence of the then President. Today, you are being brain washed into believing that calling Buhari incompetent is an insult. Buhari's incompetence is worse insult. The oppressors need your minds to oppress you. Resist it!".
Some people were obviously suprised about this, see some reactions below:
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