Buhari Under Fire For Expressing Doubts

Buhari Under Fire For Expressing Doubts

In the space of 1 month, President Muhammadu Buhari, has expressed doubts to take on the challenges ahead of him and this has sparked reaction from Nigerians on social media.

It would be recalled that on May 6, 2015, President Buhari expressed his nervousness over Nigerians’ expectations of him, which he described as Buhari said this at a meeting with newly elected APC governors at Defence House, Abuja.

Just a month after, President Buhari, who will turn 73 in December, admitted again that age would limit his performance as Nigeria’s president.

This comment by the president has generated fuss on social media as Nigerians are beginning to wonder if the President has what it takes to execute the changes he promised.

Read comments below:

Peters Onyema (Chief Executive Officer at Spring Petals Agro Services) said: “I remember a Channel TV presenter asking him in PH if he was strong enough to run for the office considering his age. He answered the presenter that he Buhari will outrun him d presenter in a race. APC supporters clapped and we moved on. Today same sup”

Adebayo Iwalewa (who resides in Suleja, Niger) said: “Baba buhari so you now see what GEJ pass through. Complain is not allow because we told you when you were campaigning but you say no......you must fulfil your promise. No room for complain.”

Orji Moses (Self-employed and works at ND NESTRINITAS NIG LTD) said: “Finally my Buhari agreed of his age status we are expecting more dramas to come this is season 2”

Emma Ovies (Works At PPMC) said: “Mr president, this is contrary to your campaign promises plus equating naira to Dollar.”

Ene Susan said: “Don't even go there Mr buhari, remember u knew your age before contesting so u must not start...."

Karina Clever (who resides in Lekki, Lagos) said: “Buhari, Stop the talk and start working.”

Folorunsho Aekunle Badmus said: “What we want has nothing to do with his age, just give us 24/7 electricity supply, limit or eradicate corruption and d rest will surely follow suite.Shikena! No excuses ooo!!!"

Shekwodiza Ishaku said: “Mr. President all what we need is work, we don't want to know about your age, abeg fulfil all your promises you made to us during campaign if truly you want this change to work.”

These comments from Nigerians comes few weeks after former governor of Jigawa state, Sule Lamido, tacitly attacked President Muhamamdu Buhari.

Source: Legit.ng

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Nomso Obiajuru Nomso has an enviable 6 years working experience in sports journalism and is currently the head, sports desk at Legit.ng. He has met and interviewed some of the most influential sports personalities in the world. Nomso has a degree in Mass Communication from the University of Lagos.

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