No One Wants To Help Me – Man Who Trekked 788 Kilometers For Buhari Cries Out
A man, Abubakar Duduwalle, who trekked from Yola to Abuja in celebration of President Muhammadu Buhari’s victory during the 2015 general elections, has revealed that his life has become hell in the last few years.
Duduwalle on Thursday told journalists that he didn’t find fulfillment in the last 7 and half years of Buhari, adding that things have gone from bad to worse for him.
The Yola-based Nigerian who said he only had a secondary school certificate started trekking from Yola to Abuja in April 2015, a distance of over 788 kilometers, and arrived in May.
He said he did the trekking to show his happiness over Buhari’s victory.
He said, “Right now I’m facing a lot of challenges because I supported Buhari. Even the house I’m renting, I’m unable to pay for the rent, my things have been thrown out by my landlord. My kids have been out of school for a year plus. To feed is even an issue.
“I must say I’m at the most critical stage of my life right now. My condition is like this because those in power were supposed to assist but they didn’t, not only Buhari. Most of those close to me are members of the PDP, even my present governor. Anywhere I go I’m called ‘Buhari’s son’. No one wants to help me.
“I’m urging Buhari and his people to assist me in my condition.”