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BUHARI IS ATTENDING A SUMMIT HE CAN’T EVEN UNDERSTAND WHAT IS DISCUSSED – FAYOSE

BUHARI IS ATTENDING A SUMMIT HE CAN’T EVEN UNDERSTAND WHAT  IS DISCUSSED – FAYOSE

Buhari Is Attending A Summit He Can’t Even Understand Whatever They Discussed There – Fayose

Governor of Ekiti state, Ayo Fayose has called on Nigerians to implore President Muhammadu Buhari to cut back his incessant foreign trips.

President Buhari is presently in the United States of America for the 4th Nuclear Security Summit.

Fayose on Friday, urged the President to pay attention to the suffering of Nigerians rather than travelling around the world and wasting the country’s scarce foreign exchange.

The governor also alleged that over $50 million must have been spent on the president’s frequent foreign trips.

In a statement released by his Special Assistant on Public Communications and New Media, Lere Olayinka, the governor said: “It remains a mystery what President Buhari that met power generation at 6,000MW and could not manage it such that power generation crumbled to Zero Megawatt yesterday, will contribute to the Nuclear Energy Summit in America.”

“It is shameful that while President Buhari was far away in the United States of America, attending a summit that does not have any bearing on Nigeria and its people, an unprecedented happened – power generation stopped completely for over three hours.”

“Nigerians are suffering. Petrol has become so scarce that our people now sleep in petrol stations to buy fuel at N200 per litre while the president who should alleviate their sufferings is in the USA, attending a summit that he won’t even understand whatever that is discussed there.”

“This is not acceptable. Mr President should stay at home and see to it that at least, power generation returns to 6,000MW that he met it if he cannot add to it.”

“Mr President should stay at home and bring this fuel scarcity that has paralysed almost all activities in the country to an end. Nigerians are saying their president should stay at home and bring to an end the killings, raping of women and destruction of farmlands by Fulani herdsmen.”

“Most importantly, the President should listen more to those of us who criticise him instead of those hailing every of his wrong steps either because of what they intend to gain or for fear of persecution.”

 

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