Buhari Has Lost Touch With Reality - Fayose

According to Ekiti state's governor, Ayodele Fayose, President Muhammadu Buhari's latest comment that he was pleased with Nigeria’s economic situation is another pointer to the fact that he has lost touch with the economic realities in the country.

“It is strange that a President will say that he is pleased with sufferings being experienced by his people.”
“How can a President who has spent more time abroad than he spent in Nigeria be telling Nigerians that he is satisfied with the sufferings of the people? It is like the President endorsing the sufferings of Nigerians and this is painful”.

“That President Buhari, who met exchange rate at N197 to $1 said that he is pleased with the economy when exchange rate is now N370 to $1 is a clear indication that the government is being ran on his behalf.

“Even a two year old child knows that there is hunger in the land, Nigerians are hungry, they are suffering and telling them that all is well is like adding salt to their injury.”
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  1. Is only GOd dat will deliver our country Nigeria and I know fully well dat in 2019 being de next election he will still win and De suffering will continue I pray God for Nigeria oooo

    1. Yes. Those parties, APC PDP and the rest are all the same. Clueless

  2. Yes. Fayose is right to some extent. I would have complained about his utterances but I couldn't since the ruling party also rode on propaganda when they were resting power from the then incumbent

  3. Getitnigerians First SonThursday, 31 August, 2017

    i no fit laugh ohh.. i though he is silent ohhh


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