Reactions as Presidential Aide Releases Computerised Video of Buhari Singing Popular Bob Marley Song

Reactions as Presidential Aide Releases Computerised Video of Buhari Singing Popular Bob Marley Song

- Modern technology, no doubt, can be used to achieve the seemingly impossible

- Such was the case when President Buhari was seen dancing and singing a Bob Marley song in a viral video

- The video was shared on Monday, May 10, by one of the president's media aides, Lauretta Onochie

PAY ATTENTION: Join Legit.ng Telegram channel! Never miss important updates!

The presidency has made a humorous effort to lighten the mood of Nigerians experiencing tough times following the deplorable state of security in the country.

A presidential media aide, Lauretta Onochie, on Monday, May 10, advised fellow citizens that although the country is going through serious ordeals, President Muhammadu Buhari has already started to fix the many problems through his nation-building initiatives.

Just in: Presidency releases video of Buhari singing Bob Marley's song
The president was singing a Bob Marley song in a recreated video (Photo: @MBuhari)
Source: Twitter

Onochie, who recalled that late Chinua Achebe had earlier written a book titled There was a nation, noted that nothing new comes easy.

Read also

Why Nigeria will not break up, TB Joshua releases prophecy; warns against political class

She shared a photo-shopped video of the president singing a popular song by the late renowned Reggae star, Bob Marley.

Her words:

"There was a nation" is a book written by the iconic Chinua Achebe who passed away in 2013.
"Along came the Fixer, @MBuhari, who has started the serious task of building a nation from the scratch.
"Nothing new is easy challenges abound.
"Enjoy this tune by the legendary Bob Marley."

Nigerians, being who they are, have reacted to the presidential media aide's post on Twitter.

A tweep, @apro_dawilcat said:

"Who dey breeeeeetttt."

Another subscriber, @thismalip, asked:

"Ma, can you open your replies so we appreciate him for "fixing" the nation?
"If you won't, can you point me to three projects he has fixed in his last 6 years as a chief fixer?"

@stan_leey believes that this can be allowed since there will always be something for people to worry about.

Read also

I am saddened - President Buhari reacts to the sudden death of his former minister

He reacted in pidgin:

"Worry no dey finish."

A rather infuriated citizen, @am_Maximum, believes that the presidency is taking the issues of Nigerians lightly.

He said:

"This people dey use us catch cruise."

Meanwhile, the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) had hit hard on the spiritual director of Adoration Ministry, Rev. Fr. Ejike Mbaka, over his call for the National Assembly to impeach President Buhari.

Yekini Nabena, the APC deputy national publicity secretary, on Friday, April 30, in Abuja, cautioned Mbaka against making statements that could cause instability in the country.

The party, in reaction to Mbaka’s statement, said it was unfortunate that a man of God who is supposed to deploy spiritual means of averting crisis is the one threatening a democratically elected government.

PAY ATTENTION: Get the Latest Nigerian News Anywhere 24/7. Spend less on the Internet!

Speaking further, Nabena stated that Mbaka calling on Buhari to either resign or be impeached because of the country's challenges is ungodly, according to the International Centre for Investigative Reporting.

Source: Legit

Online view pixel