The Special Adviser to the President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.), Femi Adesina has claimed that some governors in the country use the President as a shield for their poor performance in office. Information Guide Nigeria
Adesina who made the claim in an article titled, ‘Zulum Zooms In’, and shared on his official Facebook page on Thursday, noted that the governors quickly find respite in blaming Buhari for every wrong thing within their control. THE PUNCH reports.
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Part of the article read: “Some Governors think they can be heroes by antagonizing the President. If they owe salaries and pensions, once the month is ending, they begin to abuse the President, thinking their people would forget the outstanding salaries and pensions”.
“When they have not built a single kilometer of road, it is Buhari. When infrastructure has decayed under them, it is Buhari. When they can’t secure the lives and property of the people they govern, it is Buhari”. jamb results
“They play to the gallery, thinking they will receive applause from their people. No, the only sound the people hear is the rumbling from their bellies, due to hunger. And they know where their problems come from.”
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