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Monday, February 26, 2018

Dapchi girls: 'If Buhari couldn’t improve Nigeria, at least he should have left it the way Jonathan gave him' - Omokri


Former president Jonathan's aide Reno Omokri has blasted President Muhammadu Buhari over the 110 secondary school girls abducted by Boko Haram insurgents in Dapchi, Yobe State. 

Mr. Omokri wrote on Twitter: “Even if Buhari couldn’t improve Nigeria, at least he should have left it the way Jonathan gave him. If he couldn’t fight corruption, at least he shouldn't have made it worse. Even if he couldn’t rescue all #ChibokGirls as promised, at least he should have protected #DapchiGirls!

“The fact remains that no matter what angle you look at Buhari from, he remains an unmitigated disaster. Buhari is like a heavily made up woman-beautiful from far, but far from beautiful up close and personal. A dark cloud that brings no rain, only darkness, is Buhari and the APC.

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