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|Unguarded Comments Are Part Of Insecurity, President Buhari's Spokesperson. by anjowaka510(m): 9:53am On Apr 08|
According to Adesina, uncouth language which has become the stock-in-trade of some preachers in Nigeria today is no longer acceptable.
Special Adviser on Media and Publicity to President Muhammadu Buhari, Femi Adesina, has taken a swipe at some Christian and Muslim leaders, who have been critical of Buhari's administration.According to Adesina, uncouth language which has become the stock-in-trade of some preachers in Nigeria today is no longer acceptable.He described such critical comments against the government as part of the insecurity Nigeria is facing at the moment.
Last Sunday, during a thanksgiving service, General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Pastor Enoch Adeboye, said he was more worried about Nigeria's failing economy and rising insecurity than the 2023 general elections. While condemning the recent bombing of an Abuja-Kaduna train by terrorists and killings going on across the country, Adeboye lamented that Nigeria was slowly moving into bankruptcy under Buhari's watch going by the volume of debt incurred by the administration.
He said, "For now, so many things are on my mind! Most especially, the attacks on Kaduna State. Why Kaduna? Who is trying to isolate Kaduna and why? And after Kaduna, which state is next?“I am also worried about rising crude oil theft in the country. News has it that as of now, more than 80 per cent of oil produced in the country is being stolen. Besides, it is also in the news that more than 90 per cent of Nigeria’s income is used to pay interest on money borrowed and we are still borrowing more. This means we are moving steadily into bankruptcy. I am more concerned about all these for now and not who becomes what at the next general elections.
"Also lamenting the country's declining economy and rising insecurity, Sheikh Nuru Khalid, Chief Imam of Apo Legislative Quarters Mosque, Abuja, was sacked recently for describing President Buhari as a failure in one of his sermons.
While preaching to congregants, Sheikh Khalid had said, "Is there nobody to take responsibility? I want to believe that we have all failed. I failed as an Imam to teach you that life is sacred. You all failed as parents to teach your children that killing is bad. Our community leaders have failed. Our politicians have failed. Governors have failed, and his Excellency the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria has failed us.
|Re: Unguarded Comments Are Part Of Insecurity, President Buhari's Spokesperson. by DrySaliva: 9:54am On Apr 08|
Was it not the same uncouth mouth that brought your principal to power? Now you all want to muzzle up freedom of speech.
|Re: Unguarded Comments Are Part Of Insecurity, President Buhari's Spokesperson. by Pdalds: 10:10am On Apr 08|
Doing His job. Couldn't have been better than expected
|Re: Unguarded Comments Are Part Of Insecurity, President Buhari's Spokesperson. by Rugaria: 10:14am On Apr 08|
This is why they wanted you to link your NIN to your phones. Unguarded statements can be defined in different ways and can even be punished as terrorism... Slowly slowly, they're wriggling out of their rat holes..
|Re: Unguarded Comments Are Part Of Insecurity, President Buhari's Spokesperson. by Lanretoye(m): 10:14am On Apr 08|
Na just one year remain for your irrelevant relevance.
|Re: Unguarded Comments Are Part Of Insecurity, President Buhari's Spokesperson. by MadamVanessa(f): 10:31am On Apr 08|
When your idiotic demigod called Ndigbo Dot in the circle and 5%ters, you didn't remember that unguarded Comments Are Part Of Insecurity. Fool
|Re: Unguarded Comments Are Part Of Insecurity, President Buhari's Spokesperson. by Racoon(m): 10:43am On Apr 08|
Same endless uncouth statements made by the satanic government before coming on board nko? This Femi Adeshina is just an unredeemable fool.
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