Human rights activist, Aisha Yesufu has declared that the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari can’t be brought down again because it is already down.
She submitted that any government that is already down like that of President Buhari can’t be further brought down by anyone.
She noted that what every Nigerian needs to do is to wake up the government and ensure it performs its responsibilities.
The fiery activist made her view known in a Twitter statement on Saturday where she wrote: “Spokesperson to the President, Garba Shehu, @GarShehu said nobody can bring Buhari’s govt down and I totally agree with him. You cannot bring down what is already down. We are making demands to bring the government up and doing.”
Spokesperson to the President, Garba Shehu @GarShehu said nobody can bring Buhari’s govt down and I totally agree with him. You cannot bring down what is already down. We are making demands to bring the government up and doing.
Full video in the linkhttps://t.co/Ln6V9pX5bM pic.twitter.com/liZuyfNvnQ
— Aisha Yesufu (@AishaYesufu) March 27, 2021
Her reaction follows a declaration by the president’s spokesperson, Garba Shehu who alleged that some people are attempting to bring down the Buhari administration with deliberate smear campaigns.
It will be recalled as previously reported by Naija News that the presidential spokesperson accused members of the opposition of exploiting the country’s security challenges in spite of the government’s efforts to tackle issues facing the nation.
Meanwhile, the spokesman of the Northern Elders Forum (NEF), Hakeem Baba-Ahmed has carpeted the President Muhammadu Buhari-led federal government, saying it has run out of ideas.
Baba-Ahmed said banditry and kidnappings have grown so big to become an industry right under the nose of the president and the current government has failed to prove its capability in dealing with the monster.
The NEF spokesman made his submission on Friday during an interview appearance on Channels TV where presidential spokesperson, Garba Shehu was also interviewed.
Responding after Shehu’s comment on insecurity in Nigeria, Baba-Ahmed said the submission of the presidential media aide has left him more depressed.
He lashed the government, urging it to stop looking for excuses and deal with the challenges facing the nation.