FFK blasts Buhari for lavish lifestyle

By Amako Nneji November 28, 2015 12:41

FFK blasts Buhari for lavish lifestyle

Former Aviation Minister, Fani Kayode has exposed what he called the callousness of President Muhammadu Buhari  marred with human right abuses, a high massacre of innocent civilians and mysterious “ missing” of soldiers in the battle against insurgency.

The former Minister via Twitter, blasted the President who he claims is “junketing around the world” while suicide bombers continue to wreak havoc on the nation.

He posited that the recent raid on former Governor Attahiru Bafarawa’s home simply because he was a friend of the former National Security Adviser Sambo Dasuki, who he said was under “illegal house arrest” over the purchase of arms made during his tenure.

Barely 24 hours on Buhari’s arrival from Iran, had he again sneaked out to the Commonwealth Heads of State meeting in Malta.

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Buhari’s around the world junketing was on Friday November 27, 2015 preceded by a bomb explosion that rocked through the ancient city of Kano leaving fifteen people dead with at least forty-five suffering various degree of injuries.

The two suicide bombers reportedly blew themselves up after mingling with the members of a Shia Muslim procession in the village of Dakasoye, Garun Mallam local goverment area of Kano.

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The attack comes barely four days after a female suicide bomber detonated her Improvised Explosive Device, IED, along Maiduguri-Mafa road in Borno, killing eleven in the process.

In reaction, Fani Kayode tweeted:

A recent THISDAY report had said the 105 soldiers of the 157 Battalion that had been engaged in the ongoing counter insurgency war N/East were killed by Boko Haram.

A military source disclosed that the dead bodies were brought to “Maiduguri Monday evening” for the burial ceremony adding that the military authorities kept it away from the public view.

Much earlier a journalist Nicholas Ibekwe had confirmed that the 105 soldiers got missing last Wednesday, November 18, after a fierce battle with insurgents.

The army spokesman, Tukur Ismail Gusau had consistently denied the attack.

See: Fani-Kayode’s latest attack on Buhari