‘He Is Becoming Insensitive’
PRESIDENT Muhammadu Buhari’s foreign trips since assuming the mantle of leadership has been described as being insensitive to the plight of Nigerians, stressing that “while the nation is moving from one problem to another without any hope in sight. “
This was observed by the former National Vice President of the Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC), Comrade Isah Tijjani in an exclusive interview with The Guardian in Kano.
While the former publicity secretary of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) in Kano, former party’s Youth Leader in the state and a member of Goodluck/Sambo Presidential Campaign Committee, Ja’afar Sani Bello, blamed the president for mistaking leadership to be a prestige “…rather than being a tool for service to humanity. “
Tijjani also challenged that, “I doubt if they have an articulated vision for the county. Instead of him to stay and face the enormous challenges facing our country, he is not doing that.”
“I really don’t see anything, as fuel scarcity is eating deeply into the pockets of Nigerians. The buck stops at his table, he should know this quickly.”
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