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CUPP Slams President Buhari’s ‘Private Trip’ To UK, Says He Is Taking Nigerians For Granted

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CUPP Says President Buhari Has Put Nigeria On Auto-Pilot

The Coalition of United Political Parties (CUPP) has reacted to President Muhammadu Buhari’s latest foreign trip to the United Kingdom.

Recall the President on Thursday, embarked on a 10-day ‘private visit’ to the United Kingdom and is expected to return to Nigeria on May 5, Naija News earlier reported.

However, the CUPP spokesperson, Ikenga Imo Ugochinyere, in a reaction, said Nigerian’s have a right to know why the President is travelling since his trip was funded with taxpayers money.

Addressing newsmen in Abuja, Daily Post reported Ugochinyere said: “The President is taking Nigerians for granted. He does whatever he likes without bothering about anybody. After spending over a year outside the country in the last four years, he has again embarked on what he called a private visit with the taxpayers’ money.

“The man is not doing anything. The country is on autopilot. The country has been on autopilot since he took over and it is still on autopilot.

“If he is going for regular medicals, he should be bold enough to tell us. If he is going on holiday, he should also tell us because his trips are funded with taxpayers’ money.

“It is clear that the country does not have a competent leader. The job of the President is a 24 hours job but this man is not doing this job.”


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