All Nigerians are free to express their opinions regarding Muhammadu Buhari’s administration, according to the nation’s most recent president. CONTINUE READING>>>>>
Muhammadu Buhari reportedly said this in response to the accusations of corruption leveled against him by former Attorney General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Mohammed Adoke, according to the Nigerian Tribune newspaper.
On May 29, 2023, Muhammadu Buhari announced his resignation as president of Nigeria. Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, the national leader of the All Progressives Congress and a former governor of Lagos State, succeeded him.
Mohammed Adoke has previously claimed, “I have been the target of accusations of corruption by the most recent government. The worst administration this nation has ever known, presided over by the worst president it has ever known and never will again. And was run by some political fools,”
Former President Muhammadu Buhari responded via his media advisor, Garba Shehu, saying: “It was anchored in regimes that came before that of President Muhammadu Buhari. Adoke was a byproduct of both the judgments that followed the administration that laid the wicked foundation.
The president came on a rescue mission and successfully rescued Nigeria from corrupt undertones that were planted to expose its economy to impending collapse, the speaker continued. “The logical conclusion any reasonable person can make on P&ID, Paris Club, and Ajaokuta is that President Buhari came on a rescue mission.”
No significant commercial airplane mishap was reported during this time, he continued. By law, every Nigerian has the right to express their opinions about the Buhari administration.
No one is offended by their conduct, whether they are right or bad, he said. Nigerians from various walks of life will, however, have issues with you if you come out and say you want to pontificate and moralize while having innuendos of corruption written all over your face.…… Continue Your Reading