I’ll leave for the Niger Republic if they bother me in Daura. — Buhari

According to Vangaurd News report, Many Nigerians have expressed their disappointment and frustration with the President’s seeming indifference to the challenges facing the country, particularly insecurity, economic decline, and corruption. Continue Your Reading>>>>>>>

Some have accused the President of neglecting his duties and prioritizing the interests of other countries over Nigeria’s. Others have argued that the President’s comments about Daura and the Niger Republic are not only insensitive but also reveal a lack of commitment to addressing the issues plaguing the country.

In recent times, the President has faced widespread criticism for his administration’s handling of the country’s security challenges, particularly the Boko Haram insurgency in the northeast, banditry in the northwest, and kidnappings and violence in other parts of the country. Continue Your Reading>>>>>>>

Many Nigerians have also expressed dissatisfaction with the state of the economy, which has been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic and years of mismanagement and corruption.

The President’s comments about the Niger Republic have further fueled speculation that his administration is more interested in building relationships with other countries than addressing the challenges facing Nigeria. Some have pointed out that the $2 billion railway project to Maradi in Niger Republic, which was launched under Buhari’s leadership, could have been used to improve the country’s own railway network and create jobs for Nigerians.

Overall, the President’s comments have elicited a strong reaction from Nigerians, with many calling for him to take more decisive action to address the country’s problems. The President’s statement has generated heated discussions in various circles, including social media, where many Nigerians have expressed their disappointment and frustration.

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