Former Minister of Aviation, Femi Fani-Kayode has scored President Muhammadu Buhari’s one year and four months in office low, describing it as the worst administration since 1960 independence.
Mr. Fani-Kayode in his latest article titled: “Nigeria at 56 and the worship of BAAL”, said “Nigeria is 56 years old today. Consequently it is time to speak some home-truths and look at where we are in the scheme of things. It is time to consider how well our government has fared since coming to power and to compare their record of service to previous governments that were in the saddle before them. Sadly the score sheet does not look too good.
He listed the following as what characterized the administration of President Buhari:
– The rigging of elections
– the persecution of opposition figures
– the demonisation of dissenters
– the destruction of the economy
– the pauperisation of our people
– the introduction of famine
– the humiliation of Nigerians coupled with violence, impunity, aggression, intolerance and tyranny: that is all President Muhammadu Buhari and his government have served our people since he was sworn in on May 29th 2015.
He said: “The last one year and four months have been the worst since independence in terms of the violation of human rights, civil liberties and court orders by our government.
“Our government is corrupt, weak, paranoid, incompetent, cowardly, fearful of criticism, terrified of a strong opposition, unable to cope with dissent, insensitive, delusional, wicked, sociopathic and psychopathic.
“Worse still they have attracted the opprobrium, contempt, derision and scorn of the entire international community and the derision of major corporate investors and multi-national corporations.
“The only thing that they are good at doing is blaming President Jonathan and indeed all past PDP Presidents and governments, including President Obasanjo, for their failures and inability to perform.
“They are also pretty good at conducting media trials and witchunts and indulging in Soviet-style propaganda and the demonisation of their perceived enemies”, he said in the