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It was shocking, as a host of political commentators took to the social media, to declare embattled President, Muhammadu Buhari, as the number one ghost worker in Nigeria, and possibly the entire world.
Other commentators tagged him: “President in diaspora”, having left the shores of Nigeria for more than 50 days now, in what his handlers described as a “follow up medical consultation”, in an undisclosed hospital in United Kingdom, UK, for an undisclosed illness as well.
Igberetvnews, also gathered that the recent Sallah message by Buhari, aired in Hausa language, has been described by many as a gimmick.
Although, the Presidency has been assuring anxious Nigerians who are bent on knowing the whereabouts of their President, that all is well.
The former Presidential Aide, said it was hypocritical for a government that fights ghost workers, to be headed by a “Ghost President.”
In a series of tweets on his social media handle, Omokri wrote: “It is hypocritical for a govt that fights ghost workers, to have a ghost President. If the President is sick, let him hand over to Osinbajo!
“If you thinks it’s harsh to ask President @MBuhari to hand over to Osinbajo, ask him if he did not give the same advice to Yar’adua, in 2010!
“On March 10, 2010, President @MBuhari called for the impeachment of Yar’adua, because his illness prevented him from performing his duties.
“Ghost President, with ghost achievements, fighting ghost workers, with an EFCC that goes after his ghost monies, in apartments owned by ghosts.
“I urge any civil servant who is being queried or sacked for absenteeism, to sue the FG. If President Buhari can work from home, why can’t you?
“Hand over to Osinbajo! It doesn’t have to be permanent. Go take care of yourself. Aso Rock is a PRESIDENTIAL Villa, not a retirement home!”