Aisha Yesufu blast President Buhari, calls him a travel blogger.
Rights activist and co-founder of the Bring Back Our Girls, BBOG Movement, Aisha Yesufu has reacted to President Muhammadu Buhari’s peace mission to Mali.
According to her, she said, more than anything else, the President ought to have stayed put to address the myriads of challenges facing his own country.
Aisha who is known for her consistent fight for social justice and good governance noted that with the worsening security situation in the country, the President should have stayed in Nigeria.
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known that leaving for Mali is the least expectation of Nigerians who look up to him for result-driven leadership.
Speaking in an interview with Vanguard, after Buhari seen in pictures and videos of wearing a mask.”
“Our travel blogger is back in business as he has jetted out to Mali. Anything that will make him be on the plane and anything that has to do with travelling outside the country, President Muhammadu Buhari will do it.”
“He is there to talk about the political situation, unrest and everything in the Francophone country. Meanwhile, his country is boiling, his country has practically fallen but that doesn’t concern President Buhari. All that concerns him is an opportunity to stand on the steps of the Presidential plane and wave. They are already sending the pictures to us and that is all that matters!”
Boko Haram insurgents “have just murdered some Nigerians whose lives and properties he is supposed to protect and it doesn’t matter that citizens are being killed every day. It doesn’t matter that security agents are being killed all over Nigeria.
“There’s so much insecurity in the land, so much poverty and hunger in the land. But all these don’t matter. What matters is that the opportunity of travelling came and he grabbed it.”