Buhari Travels, Osinbajo On Campaigns, Abandon Governance As Nigeria Boils

It’s doubtless a trying time in Nigeria’s history with citizens living heart in mouth, not sure of the next news, biting economic hardship, lingering ASUU strike, reocurrent kidnapping, banditry and myriads of insecurity.

At a time when they need the soothing presence and calming words of the number 1 and 2 citizens, they have been left distraught, orphaned as the president and his vice’s body language insinuate it’s every body to his tent.

TheFact Daily gathered few reactions from Nigerians on Twitter, responding to the announcement of President Muhammadu Buhari’s trip to the United Arab Emirates on Thursday, May 19, 2022, to condole with them on the death of former President Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan and to congratulate the new President.

Twitter user @Ayokris007 wrote: Is meeting the new UAE the main priority now? This is sad to see 🤮

@SouleemanKhamis wrote: “Definitely a condolence visit, this man has developed an inability to pay condolence locally but I don’t know who the hell he impresses out there”.

@Ola22553990 wrote: “Your home is in disarray, security issues at every nook and cranny on daily basis, yet you kept junketting around non challantly. Any President that fails to protect citizens is really a big life failure”.

@Adonis4all wrote: “People with half a brain will pick up a phone for this, not waste already scarce resources for this jamboree. Worst president in history”.

@Im_Excel wrote: “What’sthe purpose of the meeting?

Why waste tax payers money on unnecessary issues when you easily say hi to him using zoom?”

Vice-president Osinbajo on the other hand has been gallivanting all over the country, canvassing for support ahead of the All Progressive Congress (APC) Presidential primaries.

He was in Niger and Rivers State within the week, in pursuit of his presidential ambition, not a word was heard from him about the tragic and bloody Trader- Okada rider clash in Dei Dei, Abuja, Police – Okada rider clash in Ojo barracks, Lagos State, Kidnap of scores of citizens on the Abuja-Kaduna expressway within the week.

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