‘I hail o’ – Davido Mocks Buhari on Instagram

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Nigerian singer and DMW Boss, Davido has mocked president Buhari after his press broadcast on Instagram.

President Buhari who recently had a Nationwide press broadcast in which he addressed the nation on the achievement of his Administration and things he will continue to do when elected for a second term has been mocked by Davido on Instagram.

The music legend took to his Instagram page to share a photograph of himself watching Buhari on TV with a caption:

I hail o

Meanwhile, Reacting to President Buhari Nationwide press broadcast, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar who happened to be the PDP Presidential candidates in for the forthcoming general election scheduled to on Saturday the 16th of February 2019 has disclosed that president Buhari broadcast was a farewell message to the good people of Nigeria.

Atiku released an official statement through his special assistant on publication, Phrank Shaibu stated that:

“We see President Muhammadu Buhari’s attack on the opposition in his nationwide broadcast, Thursday night, as part of the many gaffes which have come to define last days of  the Buhari Presidency, rather than an address to be taken seriously by Nigerians.”

“because he is not just presiding over any country, but one with the largest black nation on earth, which bestows a lot of responsibility on him.”

“If the President is not telling Nigerians that he was sworn in as president in 2005, he is mistaking Ondo Central Senatorial District for Edo Central Senatorial District or surrendering his ticket to Mr. Great Ogboru whom he mistakenly referred to as the Presidential Candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC) while on campaign tour of the state.

“These gaffes and the latest negative comments against opposition elements in his nationwide broadcast are not the attributes of a leader who should be re-elected for another term of office,”

“Even when he is voted out of office come Saturday, February 16, 2019, President Muhammadu Buhari must learn to rise above certain issues and do things that will enhance the respect the citizenry have for the office of the President, rather than rushing to exhibit soap-box mentality when the occasion does not call for it.”

”As for which party will better serve the people,  we leave that judgment to Nigerians who will decide on 16th February, instead of a highly-partisan and easily excitable President Buhari,”

“the Nigerian public is already giving its reaction on General Buhari’s less than Presidential address to the nation this evening.”

“A review of comments on Buhari’s Facebook Page to the broadcast shows that he should call in the removals-van as people can’t wait for him to leave Aso Rock.  When you compare these to the comments on HE Atiku’s page to his Facebook Live broadcast this morning, the contrast could not be greater.  The final verdict is in the hands and fingers of the millions of voters this Saturday.

“As our candidate HE Atiku said in his final message of the campaign ‘Even if you are not voting for me, still come out to vote on Saturday. It is about Nigeria, not Atiku Abubakar. It is about you and your future.’”

“So, we appeal to every eligible voter to express their will and  contribute to our democracy,” as reported by Vanguard




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