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[FILES] Nigerian workers, together with ASUU, students and parents should vote against carnage and economic destruction of Nigeria. Buhari is the most militaristic president Nigeria has ever had

Sir: I dedicate this piece to those who tried in vain to get me on social media. I hope that one day the divinities would grant me the permission to register my presence on the social media beyond the accidental discharge on Linkedin. But the Registrar of the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB), Prof. Is-haq Olanrewaju Oloyede, should please use his connection with Aso Rock to tell the President, Muhammadu Buhari to stop importation of warplanes and sophisticated weapons and attend to the demands of Nigerian workers and the Academic Staff Union of Nigerian Universities (ASUU).

Nigerian workers, together with ASUU, students and parents should vote against carnage and economic destruction of Nigeria.

If Shola Muse is honest, he ought to recognise that Buhari is the most militaristic president Nigeria has ever had, and that he (GMB) has wasted too many human lives and economic resources in the unjustifiable war against Boko Haram and protection of the Fulani herdsmen terrorists, worse than what the late General Sani Abacha did as a military head of state.

Which way should Nigerians go? I told Kwara State people to re-engage Saraki, because Buhari represents nothing other than corruption, carnage and economic destruction of Nigeria.

Common Nigerians should beware of predatory commentators whose stomachs are their gods. Everything in Nigeria is many times costlier than Buhari met it.

Even the only insurgent group has increased to three under his reign: Boko Haram, Fulani herdsmen terrorists to whom GMB is patron and the so-called armed bandits.

Buhari doubles himself as the petroleum minister; increased fuel price from N87 to N145 per liter and he is recovering looted funds without accountability for anything to anybody.

Barawo bansa; jàgùdà baba olè, oyiochi-oyiara.

Prof. Oyeniran Abioje wrote from University of Ilorin.


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