“Even With The Abduction of 110 Dapchi girls, ..Nigeria Is well Secure Under Buhari” — Femi Adesina Shocks Nigerians

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The Presidency has said President Muhammadu Buhari will tell Nigerians when he decides to seek re-election.

Buhari’s Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, Femi Adesina in an interview with Vanguard also said the president has enough “fronts” to seek a second term.

According to Adesina, “First and foremost, what I would like to say is that, going for another term is the personal decision of Mr. President. He has not made that decision but when he makes it, just as he said very recently, he will address Nigerians. But the second part of the question is, does he have enough grounds to seek second term?

“I say more than enough all fronts: Political, economic, social, security, everything! On all fronts there is more than enough. Let’s take it one by one. He promised that he would secure the country, which he has done and he is doing.”

Adesina also said the abduction of 110 girls from the Government Girls Science and Technical College, Dapchi, Yobe state should not be a yard stick for determining whether the country is more secure or safer than it has ever been.

Stressing that Buhari has done well in terms of securing the country, the Presidential aide said anyone rejoicing over the abduction of the Dapchi girls is an enemy of the nation.

He said: “If anybody jubilates over that (schoolgirls abduction), that person is an enemy of humanity and he is also an enemy of Nigeria. If you jubilate over the abduction of schoolgirls, you hate humanity, you hate your country. To anybody that is jubilating over that, that is my message for him or her.

“First and foremost, what I would like to say is that, going for another term is the personal decision of Mr. President. He has not made that decision but when he makes it, just as he said very recently, he will address Nigerians. But the second part of the question is, does he have enough grounds to seek second term?

“I say more than enough all fronts: Political, economic, social, security, everything! On all fronts there is more than enough. Let’s take it one by one. He promised that he would secure the country, which he has done and he is doing.”

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