Nigerians Also Blame Buhari For Bad Performance In Bed – Adesina

Adesina Fires Back At Bishop Oyedepo Over Recent Outpour
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Femi Adesina who is the Nigerian President, Muhammadu Buhari’s Special Adviser on Media and Publicity has come out to openly accuse most Nigerians of blaming his principal for their shortfalls in everything in life.

Adesina had also bemoaned that some of the Nigerians are also blaming President Buhari for all the challenges, including poor performance in bed.

Read Also: Adesina Fires Back At Bishop Oyedepo Over Recent Outpour

He said Nigerians blame Buhari because “resentment is their daily food and drink.”

Adesina disclosed this in his weekly article shared on his Facebook titled, ‘I Still Believe In Buhari.’

He lamented that Nigerians see the president as their “fall guy.”

The article read partly: “Resentment is a poor prop for anyone to lean on, goes another saying. But not for some Nigerians. Resentment is their daily food and drink, and they heap all the problems in the country on the head of the President if it rains too much.

“Blame Buhari. It doesn’t rain at all. Buhari is the cause. A man gets to bed at night no power. Buhari oooo. The President is the fall guy for everything.”

He stressed that Nigerians blame Buhari for the “parlous security situation in the land.”

In another report, Femi Adesina had also claimed that the founder of Living Faith Church, Bishop David Oyedepo, harbours a lot of ingrown hatred for the Nigerian president.

Recall that Oyedepo had described Buhari’s government as the most wicked and corrupt in the history of Nigeria.

Speaking during a church programme, Special Prayer for The Nation on Monday, Oyedepo had lamented the level of hardship imposed on Nigerians through corruption.

According to Oyedepo, the Federal Government claimed to be fighting corruption, but the officials are also corrupt.

He said the N80 billion allegedly stolen by the Accountant General of the Federation, Ahmed Idris would be enough to meet the demands of the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, which led to the shutting down of schools since April 14.

Reacting, Adesina said Oyedepo doesn’t understand the difference between the Accountant General and the Auditor General of the Federation.

 

Africa Daily News, New York

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