Nigerian man loses contract for being a Buhari supporter

Nigerian man loses contract for being a Buhari supporter

- A Nigerian man identified as Arc. Bolu (@Lemonouch) on Twitter has reportedly lost a juicy business contract

- The architect was told he lost the business opportunity for being a Buhari supporter

- The recruiter for the job explained that the architect is part of Nigeria’s problems for supporting Buhari

Nigerian politics is one that has roused several emotions from people ranging from joy to hate. Some individuals even suffer consequences for making known their choice.

Many things in the country are done based on connections or competence. However, it is not often we see someone lose a job over his or her political stance.

A Nigerian man identified as Arc. Bolu (@Lemonouch) on Twitter has explained on the microblogging site how he lost a juicy contract.

According to the architect, he did not lose the job worth about N3.5 million because of incompetence but for being a President Buhari supporter.

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In an online chat with the recruiter, Bolu was told that for being a supporter of Buhari, he is also part of the country’s problems. He also added that since Bolu was part of the people to bring misfortune to Nigerians, Buhari should feed him.

See Bolu's tweet below:

As expected, Bolu's tweet raised a lot of interesting reactions. A number of people sympathised with him and shared encouraging words, while others felt he deserved it. See some comments below:

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According to Shaggi, Nigerians are tired of nothing being done about police brutality and he explained that President Buhari and Vice President Osinbajo should do something about it because it might be their turn soon.

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