Wednesday, 2 August 2017

CNN's Yab! Nigerians react to CNN's mockery of Buhari's absence

Nigerians on social media, particularly on Twitter, have reacted to Cable News Network (CNN)’s trolling of President Muhammadu Buhari for leaving the country on medical vacation for over 85 days.

Fareed Zakaria of CNN had on Sunday quizzed president’s absence from the country when he asked: “The head of state of which country has not set foot in his homeland in over two months.”

Nigeria was listed among the options as option C, while Saudi arabia, Cuba and Syria were on the list.
Checkout reactions of some Nigerians after the cut..........
Adeyanju Deji @adeyanjudeji: “Washington Post joins CNN to Mock Nigeria, says Buhari has been gone for months on medical tourism; Calls the president a liar.”
Babasola Kuti @SKSolaKuti: “Everything APC & Buhari wished Nigeria to be under GEJ, IT IS…but under their watch; Pariah state; laughing stock: failed nation.”
BILLION @BillionTwiTs: “When you see all the money our governors are wasting to pay homage to Buhari in London but no salaries to pay workers.”
Chidi Odinkalu @ChidiOdinkalu: “The prolonged absence of #Nigeria’s@MBuhari is attracting high profile int’l attention from @washingtonpost today
Babasola Kuti @SKSolaKuti: “1. Imagine a Buhari supporter calling people who are going through a hard time lazy & used to free money. Is that not the Grandpa of irony?
Adetutu Balogun @Tutsy22: “Buhari is now a global joke.”

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