Tuesday, May 28, 2019

Nigerians React As Buhari Rates Saraki, Dogara ‘Very Low’

2019 Budget: I Rate Saraki, Dogara low on patriotism(Nigerian's Reacts)

Nigerians React As Buhari Rates Saraki, Dogara ‘Very Low’
A lot of feedbacks has been displayed as result of a statement by President Muhammadu Buhari that he rate the Senate President, Bukola Saraki and speaker of the House of Representatives, Yakubu Dogara, “very very low” on patriotism.

It was reported that the President made this statement when he addressed Nigerians in a “Special Interview” aired on the Nigerian Television Authority (NTA) yesterday, Monday, May 27.

We on Freshreporters.com understands that President Buhari addressed many issues including insecurity, the economy, judiciary, the 2019 general elections among others.

In President Buhari's words during the “Special Interview” revealed that the National Assembly, led by Saraki and Dogara held Nigeria to ransom for seven months without passing the budget.

I told Saraki and Dogara that by holding the budget for 7 months, you’re not hurting me, you’re hurting Nigerians? In terms of patriotism, I rate them very very low,” Buhari said on Monday night in the Special Interview.

The president said the national assembly wanted to show they were the government and not the executive, and he made his displeasure known about their conduct.

So, after the Special Interview, some Nigerians who were not satisfied with his statement took their feelings to the social media, Twitter, to air their opinions President Buhari’s statement about Saraki and Dogara.

See some of the reactions we got below:-
























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4 comments:

  1. According to the constitution , you have no right sir to rate Judiciary Legislative Arms of Government Sir.........

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  2. Because there's no unity among this people

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  3. The new leaders in nigeria should learn from the past

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  4. Pmb thinks this is all a joke

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