Buhari’s aide wants critics of the president to stop

Buhari’s aide wants critics of  the president to stop

Personal Assistant on Social Media to President Muhammadu Buhari, Lauretta Onochie, has pleaded with critics of his principal to stop hauling verbal attacks on him.

Onochie made this plea over the weekend in a post on her Facebook wall where she explained that the attacks on the president’s appointees were aimed at getting at the president.

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She wrote: “These Attacks On the President Must Stop. At the risk of Sounding like a broken record, I will continue to insist that there are people who are uncomfortable with a President Buhari-led Presidency in our nation.

“This is because he has shown that he has the political will to
tackle, especially, the corruption that created insecurity and
economic recession in our nation.

“Their tactics include, hurling mud at those he appointed to be part
of his team. From the Vice President to the SGF, from the Minister of
Finance to the “A” Chairman of EFCC, CG Customs to COAS. Those they cannot label corrupt, they label inefficient, immature and arrogant.”

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