Wednesday, October 20, 2021

Appalling! 5 Times President Buhari Disappointed Nigerians On The Global Stage

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The President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari, humiliated the entire Nigerian populace while speaking at the Commonwealth Business Forum in London on Wednesday, when he claimed that a great percentage of Nigerian youths are relaying on his government for housing and healthcare, while they engaged themselves in little or no form of work.
Sadly, Buhari seem to be getting accustomed to the act of humiliating the country while the world watched. Below are 5 scenarios where President Buhari slammed Nigerians while the world watched.
1. 5% Political vote (2015): President Buhari disclosed that the Niger Delta might be forced to live with 5% of his attention during his administration, due to the fact that only about 5% of his total votes came from the region. In a conference at the United States Institute of Peace, President Buhari said: “I hope you have a copy of the election results. The constituents, for example, gave me 97% [of the vote] cannot in all honesty be treated on some issues with constituencies that gave me 5%. I think these [is] political reality but the Delta residents’ interests will be protected.”
2. Fantastically Corrupt (2016): Shortly after he assumed office, President Buhari left Nigerians stunned when he agreed with former British Prime Minister, David Cameron’s statement, claiming that Nigerians are fantastically corrupt. David Cameron described Nigerians as fantastically corrupt while having a conversation with the queen of England. When asked if her agrees with Cameron’s statement, Buhari said Yes.
3. The Other Room (2016): President Buhari literally picked the wrong stage to unveil his opinion about the place of a president’s wife in the government of a country, when he told the Chancellor of Germany that his wife only belongs to his kitchen, his living room and the other room.
4. Nigerians in Prison Around The World (2018): In an interview with a British media station during the Commonwealth meeting in London, President Buhari said Nigerians have themselves to blame, for being arrested for drug trafficking in several countries. He said: “We have an image problem abroad and we are on our way to salvage that. Some Nigerians claim is that life is too difficult back home, but they have also made it difficult for Europeans and Americans to accept them because of the number of Nigerians in prisons all over the world accused of drug trafficking or human trafficking. I don’t think Nigerians have anybody to blame. They can remain at home, where their services are required to rebuild the country.”
5. Nigerian Youths are lazy: This new statement has been the buzz of the moment, as President Buhari humiliated millions of Nigerian youths when he claimed that they are not interested in working.
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