APC warns against insulting Buhari, government officials

John Oyegun
John Oyegun

The All Progressives Congress, APC, has condemned what it called the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP’s “unprovoked insults and unguarded statements” on President Muhammadu Buhari and other members of the APC.

The APC said in the aftermath of last Wednesday’s presidential chat, PDP’s spokesperson, Olisa Metuh in a statement issued on Thursday amongst others called Mr. Buhari an “unrepentant tyrant” and a “fascist”.

APC said PDP accused ministers and APC members of corruption while further accusing the president of a selective anti-corruption fight.

APC’s national chairman, John Odigie-Oyegun, in a statement Saturday said, “The APC is worried by PDP’s inciting statements. Respect for the office of the president or heads of government in any clime is not a matter of choice but a civic obligation sanctioned by laws. Being an opposition party or critic is no license to issue abusive, intemperate and slanderous statements on government officials; most especially the president of the country.

“The PDP has proven that it is not a party to be trusted or taken seriously. Only recently, the PDP said in a December 24, 2015 statement: ‘we urge that Nigerians should not recourse to hauling insults on the President’.

“For the umpteenth time, the APC urges Nigerians who see merit in the war that the President Buhari-led administration is waging against corruption, not to be distracted by the PDP and their agents of corruption to discredit the war. For the records, the ongoing war against corruption is not selective. Anybody guilty of corrupt practices will face the law.

“If the PDP has any proof of corruption against any APC member or minister as alleged, we advise that they approach any of the anti-graft agencies constitutionally mandated to handle such cases.

“PDP’s rant suggesting a selective anti-corruption fight by the present administration should be seen as a plot meant to distract the citizenry from the successful ongoing war against graft.

“The PDP does not have the luxury of dictating how the present administration carries out its legitimate duty of catching looters, as long as it conforms with the rule of law.”

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  • Kay Soyemi (Esq.)

    Mr. Oyegun, we called Mr. Jonathan names such as clueless, drunkard, Jonothing etc etc

    There is no reason why PDPigs cannot call PMB names if they choose to; it is up to our President to prove them wrong with his performances.

    I personally prefer that they continue to do so and are exposed for being charlatans by his actions and policies.

    Please do not toe the line of intolerance. See these as feedback to improve his tenure and that of APC.

    • FormerNigerian

      APC and Nigeria need good friends like yourself. Not the praise singers. If Nigeria should implode, as seems likely daily, then the rest of sub-saharan Africa is in deep jeopardy.

  • Burning Spear

    Monkey, yet it was Fine for the Apes in APC to call Jonathan names abi!?–Drunken Sailor fisher man–clueless Ijaw man –a dumbo abi-?–But when we return fire for fire, the moaing mourners in APC, begin to fume and fret over nothing——U call Jonathan a thief but Buhari who took 5 vehicles from the man–in addition to 300,000 dollars—–from the very Jonathan APC often describes as a thief–is not a theif——–I mean buhari who took those vehicles from Jonathan is not a thief –even guilty by association–abi –?——-animals—–

    • Comfortkay

      GEJ was not born to be a President,and that is why he failed . Stop running you mouth here .

      • musa aliyu

        Gbam!

        • Vic+or

          Please open your eyes, and stop telling yourselves that an obviously naked emperor is wearing some ‘invisible’ garments. APC/PMB have blocked NOTHING. They have given corruption a seat in power. They have simply welcomed thieves from different parties, especially the PDP, and called them ‘progressive saints’, and allowed them keep their loot, whilst persecuting the ‘sinners’ left in the PDP. Tinubu, Fashola, Amaechi et al will testify to this.

          • Vic+or

            Did you comment like this when your dearly beloved party engaged in similar slander against Jona and the PDP? Please stop this sickening hypocrisy abeg!

          • Vic+or

            I do not participate in or support slander;but neither you nor anyone in the APC has ANY right whatsoever to complain. Your party is simply reaping what it has sown. Period.

      • Vic+or

        And the apparently clueless PMB was? It was all well and good while the APC insulted and ridiculed Jonathan and the PDP, but now they realize that a President and his government should be respected? What manner of hypocrisy is this? Well, then again, it would o ly be unfair to expect anything better from a party of mostly ex-PDP ‘converts’; a party which made campaign promises, even visibly on tv and billboards just to flatter and deceive, only to turn around to deny, and then accept them again upon entering office.

        • Comfortkay

          Since President Buhari and his Ministers block ways how People Destruction Party (PDP) shares money that belongs to Nigerian PDP members and their cronies starts running their mouth.
          For 16 years Nigeria were dying of hungerand the bigger criminals that we have in this country are in PDP, it is a bad Omen just because PDP is no more in power they starts using language that can never be accepted in international arena.

  • Ajie

    On May 29th 2015, a former Military Dictator, Muhammadu Buhari sequel to a contested election in March 2015 against a sitting President in Nigeria, the first time in Africa, an incumbent handed power peaceably, smoothly, heroically to a political rival. Whereupon Mr Buhari then took the Oath of Allegiance to protect the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria 1999 and the President’s Oath of office to discharge his duties faithfully, in accordance with the Constitution and the Laws of Nigeria.

    Within President Buhari’s first year in office, too soon after he took the revered Oaths, he and state agents acting under his supervision, now demonstrate total lack of respect for Court Orders and at his maiden media chat on Wednesday 30th Dec., instant, Mr President made puerile attempts to justify these breaches, he said inter alia that some persons his regime locked up in cells dehumanized against court orders, Nnamdi Kanu had travelled without his passports. But under the Immigration Act, the President or the Minister may deport anyone who travels without a valid travel document or detain for a period not exceeding 7 days. In holding Mr Kanu beyond the required period they have infracted on the Immigration Act, the Administration of Criminal Justice Act, the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria 1999 and subsisting court orders.

    With regard to issues of “self-determination”, the crux of Nnamdi Kanu’s campaign of the Independent People of Biafra, IPOB, having communicated IPOB’s intent to all and the United Nations as required by UN Covenant on Civil and Political Rights ratified by Nigeria, that people of any community or group may wish to exercise the right of self-determination with a view to pursuing their economic, social and cultural development; aware that their dignity as human persons had deteriorated and been consciously degraded under the present dispensation, sadly appearing power inebriate.

    Call on President Buhari to resign from office or face impeachment proceedings. Alternatively avoid another Burundi, call him to comply with the Orders of Courts.

    Attorney Carol Ajie, LLB(Hons) Benin; B.L(Lagos); MCIArb(UK); LL.M Int’l Legal Studies (Georgetown

    • FormerNigerian

      Well said!!

    • abodes_124

      could we have a link please

    • iDei iJang

      WELL SPOKEN!

  • budget of doom

    ((((—–Buhari’s 2016 Budget: The Squandering of Riches Continues – Yemi Adebowale: yemi.adebowale=AT=thisdaylive—–))))

    “I thought that with the Muhammadu Buhari change mantra, the era of budgeting huge amount for frivolous things in the Presidency would become history in Nigeria. Unfortunately, the reverse is the case as seen from the 2016 budget submitted to the national Assembly.”
    In spite of the poverty, disease, hunger and malnutrition pervading this country, the Buhari administration had the effrontery to budget about the following:

    1. N3.7 billion = Purchase of BMW salon cars for the Presidency’s principal officers.
    2. N189 million = was voted to “buy tyres” for vehicles being used in the Presidency.
    3. N1.415 billion = Local and international travels to N1.415 billion as against the N944,672,109 spent in 2015.
    4. N326 million = allocated for Aso Rock Wildlife Conservation, including the purchase of exotic animals (Abacha also kept Lions in Aso Rock)
    5. N89 million = Allocation of presidential canteen materials and kitchen equipment for the Presidency.
    6. N104.7m = State House budget for refreshments and meals.
    7. N102.9 million = Foodstuff and catering materials for presidency
    8. N764.67 million = was proposed for “construction of recreational facilities in the Presidency
    9. N3.65 billion = Presidential fleet maintenance expenses in 2016.
    10. N16.6 million = for supply of foodstuff and catering services for Vice President in 2016

    Dear Nigerians, thee 2016 budget for the Presidency is filled with all sorts of repulsive expenditure. So, this is the change

    • Comfortkay

      Shut up Bros, how many times GEJ purchased airplane?

      • musa aliyu

        I tire,. Tell the morons

      • Vic+or

        Please tell us – how many times? And does the fact that Jona did so – if he did at all – mean that PMB should do same? If so then where is the so-called ‘change’?

        • Comfortkay

          You still never get the point that Nigeria would be today better off if GEJ did not spend money anyhow and you never understand that he was a disaster for Nigeria. CHANGE is here in Nigeria if you haven’t see it he may have to wash your face.

          • Vic+or

            IF GEJ DID NOT SPEND MONEY ANYHOW.
            First, what did you know that GEJ spent money on anyhow? Did Lai Mohammed not warn against making unproven accusations? See your hypocrisy again? How much did Buhari spend on his several junketings to other countries in the name of ‘seeking foreign assistance’ within his first few days and months as President? Have you seen the 2016 budget, and how much is to be spent on the Presidency alone? What of Fashola, who spent a reported N78 BILLION of Lagos State funds on a PERSONAL website? Where did Tinubu obtain all his wealth from? How did Amaechi contribute to finance PMB’s campaign? In whose private jet did Buhari ride while campaigning, and how did it come about?
            HE WAS A DISASTER FOR NIGERIA.
            A man who showed great respect for democracy and the rule of law – as opposed to our Military President, who sees nothing wrong in detaining people whom our courts, in their legal competence, have deemed fit and proper to grant bail?
            A man who contributed greatly to the development of agriculture in Nigeria?
            A man whose ministers have been appointed heads of international bodies – ministers who were so often declared ‘corrupt and incompetent’ by the APC?
            A man who laid the foundation for improved power generation and supply?
            A man whose government developed and began the implementation of the Treasury Single Account, which the current government has taken credit for – and bastardised?
            A man under whose government Boko Haram was pushed out of territories {some off which they have now retaken, and even more others}, and limited to just the Sambisa forest?
            The man who willingly congratulated his fiercest opponent on his victory and handed over to him peacefully – having laid down the foundation for such a possibility for the first time in Nigeria’s history, via free and fair elections? As compared to Buhari, who threatened, even before the 2011 elections were held, that the blood of ‘dogs and baboons would flow’ if he lost – a prediction which eventually proved true? Haba now? Be true to yourself!

          • Comfortkay

            I can see that you are one of the PDP foot Soldier, there is no point answering any more question.

    • musa aliyu

      Ys this is the change we voted for. Did you vote for him? Allow him to buy types with all the budget. The worst you can do is not to vote for him again; a vote that will never count because our numbers will trounce yours.

  • Tom Nwafor

    “Being an opposition party or critic is no license to issue abusive,
    intemperate and slanderous statements on government officials; most
    especially the president of the country.” – APC chairman. Really? Since when has the chairman of APC, Mr. John Oyegun, come to realize this? Wonders shall never end indeed!

  • NinjaK

    Lai….but it was so so sweet to over-insult GEJ & Patience in those days before the elections, and even now after the elections ooo. Abi?
    Then you went to Punch Newspapers to complain 3days ago that Nigerian Media outfits should stop reporting Boko Haram attacks.
    God punish you!!!

  • Kickboxer

    Kai, BRAINLESS BUHARI and his SEMI-LITERATES are jokes!!! Just imagine what their concerns are. WE SHOULD NOT INSULT BRAINLESS BUHARI!!! SERIOUSLY!!!

    Again I blame PDP and CNPP for given a benefit of doubt to BRAINLESS BUHARI!!!

    Now 90% of governance is onCorruption, 5% on unemployment and another 5% on SPREADING OF LIES & HALF-TRUTHS.

    Poor ye Nigerians

  • UYI111

    This buahri is a pure moron he cant”t even run his houlshold talkless of Daura his local governmet yet he is being overlooked by the knowers of our time in the name of change from frypan to fire? arant nonesense el rufai and cronies are the people runing the so called government and i see the ship going down i advice the uprights to speak up now that you still have some oxigen left because this drowning braindead power monger will take anyone down with him he gat to be stop now people arise!

    • musa aliyu

      Yes. We’ll arise to stone pdpigs for stealing our wealth

      • UYI111

        Dont forget to stone the chief thief Amechi for funding your mumu hari with stolen money.
        And all other whitewash corrupt former PDP members who has now turned saints for joining any government in power (AGIP!)

        • musa aliyu

          The hateful clown you will forever remain forgot or refuse to acknowledge that Atiku gave Buhari a plane, 5 bullet proof jeeps, and #50 million. we, the masses also contributed nationwide to float the campaign, using all gsm network, and when your oga blocked that we resorted to donating in First Bank. Go keep on baying the moon by accusing innocent Amaechi who you will die hating, without any proof.

          • UYI111

            U son of of a hoer suppose to know that atiku ,kwakwaso Tinubu inclusive cannot proove their source of income they are what we called Ole ,barawo And for lacking manner i blame your grand parents for marrying your out at the tender age of nine to that pedophile you called alhaji your father you dont know any better a bastard you will ever remain.

  • Felix Udoh

    John Odigie-Oyegun, What will you do if we continue to insult your certificateless President? We learned insults and abuse from the APC and you are morally bankrupt to hold the candle to our face.

    • musa aliyu

      Better to have a “certificateless ” than a certificatetthief president who was always drunk and not knowing when or how money meant for saving lives was stolen.

      • Felix Udoh

        How would you know the usefulness of education? From your name, you all subscribe to the same school of thought. What money do you want to recover? Do you have any oil well where you come from? Abi you have your eyes on the oil wells in our backyard? Parasites! You better think twice as our prayers that the oil price should go down to 2 dollars per barrel is already coming true. Write today’s date down, the price of oil will remain under 30 dollars till the certificateless one is booted out.

        • musa aliyu

          Never will Nigeria ever see a certificarhiefied illiterate that saw a difference between stealing and corruption again. From the monies stolen by your paymasters, Nigeria will soon be well off. Ntooooorr!!!

          • Felix Udoh

            I don’t have a problem with your Nigeria being well off, as far as the money comes from cocoa and groundnut pyramids too. We need to get parasites like you back on the farm.

          • musa aliyu

            Ask your grandma whose money was used to pay for the oil exploration and excavation? Mtchewww

          • Felix Udoh

            I am wondering why your smelly Grandfather didn’t invest in the Groundnut pyramids in his backyard.

          • Vic+or

            If you were a lawyer like the CJN whose advice Jona quoted when making that statement, you would understand that tere is, at law, a CLEAR difference between stealing and corruption. But wait first – do you even know what. ‘CJN’ means?

          • musa aliyu

            Since you are the chief justice of the federation who else would be a lawyer or a knower of law? Because you believe in the difference explained why you and your Jonadumb are thrown into oblivion.

          • Vic+or

            I made no such claims or assertions as you have manufactured in your question. However, I am, by God’s grace, a student of the Nigerian Law School, being traied to KNOW the Laws of the land. I did not simply ‘believe’ the difference. I, having read Jonathan’s explanation of his statement much later, did some research into the actual position of the law on both offences, and discovered Jonathan’s statement, made, by the way, based on the legal advice of the Chief Justice of Nigeria {which is what ‘CJN’ means}, to be actually very correct. The law has created TWO separate offences, known as “stealing”, and “official corruption”, with separate ingredients to be proved, and separate punishments therefor. Please see the Criminal Code Act for more information.
            Having established that, I should observe, that you have again proved my point. You called your former President “Jonadumb”, and assert that bpth he and i, very rational human beings, are “thrown into oblivion”, yet you and Ms/Mrs Comfort hypocritically demand that the PDP not criticise and insult your dearly beloved and highly revered Messiah-President? Well, I’m hardly surprised. I suppose that’s all part of the ‘change’ .

          • musa aliyu

            The promising ‘Lawyer-in-the making’ that you are should shelve ACADEMICS apart and come to the context. Jonadumb was trying to defend the massive loot under his own very eyes to a foreign media when he retorted that what was happening in Nigeria was mere stealing and not corruption. The whole world that understand simple English do not need to go to law books to be told that he WAS CERTIFYING THE PILFERINGS GOING ON UNDER HIS VERY WATCH. Does anyone need to be told that stealing is a branch of corruption? Haha, Oga lawyer. We are not in the law courts where you will exonerate a thief with technicalities, just the way your mentors exonerated James Ibori, only for England to come to our rescue and send him to the gallows. secondly, no sane analyst could absolve Buhari from any rational blame, but for the myopic and deliberate attacks you guys are sponsored, or sponsored yourselves to do. How do you expect him to play magic when pdpigs took 16 solid years destroying the country, not to talk of the previous twenty years or so they met? Do you know that should the president open up to tell Nigerians the nitty-gritty of how and who fleeced them, the country will turn to anarchy?
            Wait till the real exposition starts then we shall see who will be agape!

          • Vic+or

            Come to the context? What other context is there? I’m sure the law IS the context, not your opinion! Especially since both stealing and official corruption are criminal offences! Defend the pilfering going on under his administration? Really? I’m sure, that if you actually read/listened to his statement, you’d have realised that what he was saying was simply “let’s stop calling what is clearly stealing by any fancy or general name; let’s call it what it is – stealing , and those who steal, thieves”.
            Stealing might be a branch of corruption in general knowledge, but not in law, sir.
            Lawyers don’t exonerate anyone, sir. They carry out research and investigations to an extent, and prepare arguments based on the facts and the law. The Judges then either convict or discharge and acquit accused persons on the strength of the prosecution’s ability or inability to prove its case according to the legal standard, that is, beyond REASONABLE doubt. Oftentimes, lacunae {vacuums} exist in our laws, which lawyers then exploit to their clients’ advantage, which is in no way illegal. However, other times, either party fails to observe established riles of legal procedure, which negatively affects their case, more so if the other side is smart enough to recognize and draw such to the court’s attention quickly enough. This is not corruption. It is following the law. Although one must admit that it often has adverse consequences.
            No sane analyst could… I’m afraid i could see no meaning there. Perhaps you would be kind enough to rephrase.
            I never expected Buhari to play or work anything much at all, much less magic, sir. I was, and am still, not concinced that he is in fact the savior that he was packaged to be. However, both he and his party sold him as the Fixer, who was going to grant all our wishes and then some, solve all our problems, and make Nigeria Paradise; unless he and the APC were more concerned about just GETTING the power by any means and at any cost, but didn’t really expect to win, and so didn’t actually have any concrete plan as to how to go about dealing with salient issues of national concern {ALL of which according to you APC people, had been caused by Jona/the PDP, although i wonder if Tinubu, Fashola, Amaechi and co were not all part of the much decried rot in Nigeria}, which, i suspect, might have been the case. So you do admit that even the did meet a whole TWENTY Year backlog of challenges, which nevertheless you blame them for failing to solve before being voted out of power; yet, after your dear general promised Nigeria heaven and earth, and has succeeded largely in only giving us a minute taste of hell, you now use that fact as an excuse. How unfair. You should have given Jona that privilege too. But you APC people didn’t. He had to go by all means, so that Gen. Mohammadu ‘Superman’ Buhari could take over his seat.
            Let the revelations begin! As long as they include both the ‘saints’ in the APC, and the’ sinners’in the PDP, are based on actual, empirical facts, and not mere speculation, suspicion or invention, and the suspects are properly charged and tried fairly in REAL courts {not news/social media or the very famous ‘court of public opinion’, with Buhari respecting the rule of law, and court decisions, i would love to see those revelations abeg, featuring the APC, PDP and others – or are the sinners, the corrupt and thieving persons ALL everywhere EXCEPT in the APC?

          • muazu wali

            Let me help. To corrupt is to distort. Any deviation from due process to arrive at an outcome is corruption. Dasuki collected billions from CBN without following the laid down priceedures. After the money was collected in a corrupt way he pocketed it or shared it among unauthorised persons for corrupt use. Pocketing the money is stealing. Therefore corruption is an umbrella that covers dubious activities which can include stealing. Any way former President Jonathan said corruption does not exist in Nigeria but there is stealing in high places

          • Vic+or

            Impressive argument, sir. And i agree, generally speaking. However it is the Law books, in this case, the Criminal Code Act, which defines what an offence is, and the various elements which must all be shown to coexist for it to be proven in a court of law, NOT English dictionaries or public understanding or opinion. And in this case, the law says that the offences of OFFICIAL CORRUPTION and STEALING, are quite separate from each other, even if by virtue of a person being in public office, his action{s} may well turn out to include both offences.

          • muazu wali

            Very good. Since the criminal act hss separated the two Dasuki should therefore be arraigned on two separate counts, corruption and stealing of proceeds in a corrupt way.

          • Vic+or

            Which we tend to seek to ride to our advantage whenever we can, sir. Abi no be so?
            Good idea. However, I’m neither the lawmakers, nor the Prosecutor…

      • walter enang

        Buhari is a dead mugu like all his beggar brothers and sisters.

  • Comfortkay

    There should be freedom of speech but that does’nt mean it has to be personal from PDP since their ability to distribute Nigerian money is over. They should keep quite and join the waggon of Change that Nigerian vote for eight months ago.

    • Vic+or

      The wagon of change which seems not to have reached our bustop yet?

      • Comfortkay

        It is so disgusting that only PDP crticize the present government, you must be a crook like those in PDP.

  • abodes_124

    Be warned . Things have changed. You could call GEJ dumbo , clueless, thief, alchoholic etc and still sleep peacefully and walk the streets without fear. Now uncomplimentary remarks could easily have you detained by the DSS with a charge of treason and serial rearrests ensuring continued incarceration or worse still an ‘Abiola’ could happen to you while in detention or in fact be meted the treatment the Saudi have just given to Shekh Nimr al -Nimr an impertinent Shiite spokesman who has just been beheaded. We live in dangerous times. Please always praise GMB. Sai Buhari ! Our messiah and saviour.

  • sanetalk

    It is democracy and people are entitled to their opinions insofar they don’t engage in physical acts to undermine Nigeria’s sovereignty. APC cannot and should not attempt to muzzle opinions and should not deny us the pleasure of seeing the losers rail and wail by way of abuses on the person of the president. The losers should remember however that McCain’s refusal to accept the reality of Obama’s victory did not detract the latter from forging ahead and making strides

  • Omooba Adekunle Orafidiya

    Let me warn on behalf of APC that no one has a right to criticize senile, illiterate certificate forger and perjurer MuhamMADu (alias President Michelle of Western Germany, Indefendent Nigerian Electoral Commission, Dept. of Customs and Exercise, French Franc and Deutch Mark) Buhari. because he is a tyrant, a despot, a totalitarian and an autocrat rolled into one!!!

  • El.sheriff

    Them never see anything sef… Lmfao

  • Ifeanyi Nwoko

    I will like to know the law that demands respect of the president. Is this the same Oyegun that once threatened a parallel government if APC lost election? These people are not serious.

  • I don’t agree with the APC on this, and I hope our president distances himself from this statement. I mean, this is a democracy. People should be able to express themselves freely. It’s up to our president to live up to the expectations of the electorate, shame detractors by a very excellent performance and win the hearts of Nigerians again at the end of this administration’s 4 years at the polls.

    Statements like this one made by John Odigie-Oyegun raise concern over the democratic nature of the APC, especially when a move has also been made to control what is published by Nigerians in the media about public office holders. The APC should be careful not to play into the hands of critics of our president who maintain that he’s an autocratic ruler. They really should stop acting in ways that give the opposition something to hold against them.

    I see no reason why the APC should concern itself with what anyone says about the party or the President. Jonathan was criticized too with extremely disparaging remarks, I don’t recall the PDP raising any warnings then.

    I think the APC, rather than respond to insulting remarks, if there are indeed any, should focus on delivering on the reasons for their election into office. By their impressive performance, Nigerians who have insulted our president will have a change of heart and support this government.

  • habiou

    what is the problem of fani kayode ,you are supporting dansuki on what he did but what about if any of your relative was among the victim of the b/haram tragedy will you ask the government to release him , and you also support kanu but you know that he has two passport and enter the country with none of passport ,on Al zazakiy what do you know about isalm

  • Amala Destroyer

    But buhari is really a burukutu sipping bastard nama nau

    • muazu wali

      Can you prove these allegstions? You do not even know your president! You do not even know your country and the States not Katsina, where burukutu is known to be popular.

  • North/West Allies

    So after insulting ex president as opposition now you are warning against insulting PMB, we can insult him as we want if he is not performing. This is democracy please

    • muazu wali

      If you remember Jonathan was insulted on his duty as the President and not his person. He was incompetent, he failed as an executive president and he was bribing people everywhere to be reelected. Even his drunkenness was not an issue. Democracy my friend is not to abuse people. It is to ensure those you have elected do what you want them to do. If they fail recall them.

      • North/West Allies

        Same as Buhari, he is slow, confused and more incompetent to rule Nigeria. This is his 8th months in office still nothing to show. Economy is getting worst everyday

        • muazu wali

          Your own is in order. Amala destroyer was calling him burukutu sipping bastard. That is personal abuse on the President of the Federal Republic and an harassment to our foreign friends.

  • walter enang

    Buhari is a perverted illiterate mallam who does not even know his MTN number. We have a dunce for a leader. What goes around comes around.

    • muazu wali

      Abuse, Abuse, Abuse. Buhari is old enough to be your father. If you can abuse him you are capable of abusing your own father. Pity on your disgraceful self.

      • walter enang

        The old illiterate aboki should have respected himself and shunned politics. He should have emulated Alhaji Shagari, Abdulsalam etc but he wants to be our leader at all costs. Well, public office comes with certain good and certain bad publicity especially when you are a liar…like Buhari is. My old man retired when it was time to retire. Our old warriors never ever want to retire and give a chance to the younger ones.

  • muazu wali

    It is the fault of the press. Press freedom is not a license to publish abuse on public officers including the President. In addition to obeying the laws of the land Nigerians are decent people. They respect one another, elders, people in authority including politicians. The media has a duty to uphold these qualities that we have inherited. My comfort is that only a fraction of Nigerians have access to the newspapers. The few that have do not have any leverage in our politics as demonstrated at the last elections.

  • GbemigaO

    Disappointed with APC. While in opposition, you abused Jonathan to hell. Please don’t start this. There is freedom of speech as defined by you while in opposition , so let this rest !

  • iDei iJang

    Shout up! All this nonsense started from APC. BUHARI NEVER ANSWERED TO ANY BODY IN THIS COUNTRY. Oputa panel called, he refused to go. Even State council meetings he never attended. Violent attitudes started from him. Insults on the person and office of the president started with you people. The word clueless was never mentioned by any body on the person of the president until when APC came as opposition. You are quite the opposite of what you claim to be. You pushed Nigerians on the street when GEJ wanted to remove oil subsidy and promised to sell fuel at N40/litre. Today you have removed subsidy. Disobedience of court orders is the in thing now, not from any other person, than the president himself. LOOK, YOU ARE AN EVIL Government period!!! God will judge this Country, and that time is now!!!!

  • MushinSpeaks

    Truth be told, insult and blackmail will not bring PDP back to power. Whoever is giving them the strategy has failed and putting the disgruntled party into lot of more mess and shit. CHANGE is here.