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Buhari President doesn’t want to address Nigerians – Femi Adesina

Mixed reactions have continued to trail President Buhari's recent picture with APC chieftains in London.

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Nigerian President Mohammadu Buhari left for London for medical treatment on May 7 but since then, there have been no official pictures of him released. play

Nigerian President Mohammadu Buhari left for London for medical treatment on May 7 but since then, there have been no official pictures of him released.

(thewillnigeria)

There has been an information gap between President Muhammdu Buhari and Nigerians since he departed the country on May 7, 2017.

Compared to his previous trip, there was also no picture of President Buhari leaving Nigerians in the dark as regards his state of health

First photo of President Buhari and chieftains of the All Progressives Congress (APC) hit the internet on Sunday, July 23, 2017.

Recent picture of Buhari and governors in his London home play

Recent picture of Buhari and governors in his London home

(Office of the Nigerian Presidency/AFP)

 

Mixed reactions trailed this development with most Nigerians requesting that President Buhari addresses the country.

Reacting to this comment and others on ChannelsTV programme, Sunrise Daily, special adviser to the president on media and publicity, Femi Adesina attributed Buhari’s failure to address Nigerians to his personality.

“The style of our president is what you have seen on display,” Adesina said.

“Over two years since he came, I’m sure we should understand how he prefers to do things. That is how the President is. We elected him willingly so let’s take him the way he is,” he added.

Presidential spokesperson, Femi Adesina play

Presidential spokesperson, Femi Adesina

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Adesina revealed that like other Nigerians, he also depends on third party information as regards his principal.

He added that Nigerians have been rejoicing over recent information on President Buhari’s health.

“The president spoke with each person on the developments in their states, that was the feedback I got from Okorocha when we spoke,” he said.

“Third information can be very precious at times like this. Imagine there was no information at all or tenth party information. Nigerians are glad at this information and there has been a lot of rejoicing in the country since yesterday.

“It was a goodwill visit and there will be another one in a couple of days,” he added.

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