(This page may contain affiliate links. Read my full disclosure.)
Femi Fani-Kayode, Former minister for Aviation, Thursday, via his tweeter handle said that president Buhari has spent 350 out of 740 days treating himself in a far away country, since he assumed power in May 29th 2015.
Read Also: How To Come Up With Business Ideas
In his write up titled, “ONE HUNDRED DAYS ABROAD AND STILL POSING FOR PICTURES”, Kayode criticized president Buhari for abandoning the country and being away in a stretch of 100 days in another man’s land looking for a cure to his undisclosed ailment.
The former minister equally criticized the unfair treatment meted on those under the auspices of ‘OurMumuDonDo’ that protested for the president to either resume office or resign.
He said that Buhari’s government has no respect for human rights and civil liberties.
In his words, “President Muhammadu Buhari has been away from our shores for over 100 days in a stretch treating an undisclosed and mysterious illness in far-away London.
“Since May 29th 2015 when he was sworn into office as President he has spent 350 of his over 740 days in power abroad treating the same strange ailment.
“Those that demand that he should “resume or resign” are being attacked and brutalised by security forces and agents of the state.
“The Buhari government is a murderous contraption that has no respect for human rights and civil liberties.
“Charly Boy Oputa, Deji Adeyanju, Ariyo Dare- Atoye, Jude Ndukwe and other notable figures and leaders of the “Our Mumu Don Do” movement were brutalised and almost murdered by Buhari’s savage footsoldiers at Wuse Market in Abuja the other day simply because they dared to go on a demonstration and ask for the President to “resume or resign”.
“If that had happened Nigeria would have exploded yet no arrests have been made and the government seems unperturbed.
“Tension has gripped the land as we approach October 1st and the Nigerian people have expressed deep concern about what is unfolding yet all we are fed with on a daily basis are pictures of an ailing Buhari, posing like a fading and ageing Playboy model, holding court in London and granting audience to his friends, political associates, family members and loyalists.”