Presidency to Buhari’s attackers, you don’t know who you are dealing with
Nigerians who often attack President Muhammadu Buhari and his administration, have been told by the presidency that they may be ignorant of his real identity.
Femi Adesina, the Special Assistant to the President on Media and Publicity, in this week’s edition of ‘Fridays With Femi’ tiled, ‘HOUNDING THE PRESIDENT. WILL THEY EVER LEARN?’ said Buhari is prudential in his approach to issues, particularly by ignoring irrelevant comments from haters.
Adesina who lamented the opinion of some Nigerians regarding Buhari’s health status, said the president’s life is in the hand of the Almighty God.
He further said: “Some Nigerians have made it a pastime to pester and attempt to browbeat the President. I laugh. They don’t know the person they are dealing with. A cool customer. Never flustered, harried or disconcerted.
“He simply focuses on what he is doing, ignoring the noise of the market. Kick like a dying horse, shout yourselves hoarse, curse, murmur like a ghost, hiss like a snake, President Buhari keeps his eyes on the ball.”
Adesina advised Nigerians to learn from the president’s approach to issues, stressing that it is important to concentrate on what matters most.
He wondered why the attackers failed to hold the olive branch amid unsuccessful claims since the inception of Buhari’s administration in 2015.
“Each time they come, they get beaten. Why don’t they learn their lessons, and admit that the life and times of this President, like that of every man, is in the hands of God? Why do the heathens rage, and the people imagine vain things?” he added.
According to the President’s spokesman, those who think they make life difficult for President Buhari when they hound him, should understand that “no leaf falls from the tree without the permission of God”.
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