Sule Lamido fires Femi Adesina over comments on Buhari



Former Governor of Jigawa State Alhaji Sule Lamido has criticised the special advisor on media and publicity to the President, Mr. Femi Adesina, over his recent comments about his principal’s conduct towards Nigerians.

Adesina in his write-up titled “We have not many Fathers” said President Buhari acted like a father to all in taking decisions on National issues, especially during the End SARS protest that rocked many parts of the country.

In the write-up, Adesina claimed that,” Buhari had exercised the restraint and tolerance of a father, at a time that even hitherto respected people instigated the protesters to carry on (and they promptly went underground when anarchy ensued), we would have been talking of something else in the country”

“The rivers of Nigeria could have turned crimson, and mourning and lamentations would have suffused the land”

“But we are thankful for the father in President Buhari, patient and enduring”

In a comment on his Twitter handle, the former Governor of Jigawa, Sule Lamido said most of the utterances made by the senior special advisor to the president on media is causing more harm and hatred to president Buhari.

“I am beginning to believe that your utterances are designed to cause more disaffection for Buhari”

“The less you talk the more Nigerians will forget the horrors of this regime!”

Lamido lamented that most of the comments are causing more harm and adding more salt to the injuries of Nigerians.




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