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Dear Buhari, you are not doing your job! — Sani

President Muhammadu Buhari keeps getting worse every day.

Tuesday, March 24, 2020

/ by National Pivot

We have seen world leaders swoop into action and even going as far as providing financial aids to both firms and families who in a way or two, have been impacted by the spread of the novel coronavirus.

However, back home, the only thing Nigerians have heard so far from the Buhari government, is a constant lamentation over fall of oil prices and its attendant effects on the nation's ability to fund its budget.

This insensitive attitude by the Buhari administration didn't go unnoticed as the likes of Fani Kayode have repeatedly called out the President on the matter.


But that's not the only challenge plaguing the country, and in need of the President's reassuring gesture in such a difficult time.

The President has yet to also visit the scene of the recent expIosion in Lagos State, much less identify with the victims of the unfortunate incident.




There's also the more recent attack in a Kaduna village where over 50 lives were reportedly lost. Again, the president unsurprisingly, keeps mum.


This height of insensitivity and callousness by the Buhari administration is so gross that you have to agree with Bishop Kukah when he said it's incredibly difficult to different between Buhari's government and Boko Haram.

Senator Shehu Sani who represented Kaduna Central in the 8th Senate, is the latest to remind the president that he's not doing his job.

Sani in a tweet, pointed out things Buhari should have done, but failed to do.

He said, "Dear Baba,kindly do these three things;

-Address the nation on the Coronavirus.
-Visit the scene of the lagos explosions and meet with the families of the victims.
-Visit the Kerawa village in Kaduna State were 50 people were massacred recently."



That President Buhari has to reminded of his job is quite appalling. There's definitely something about this administration than meets the eye. But who is surprised?

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