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Mr President you are a failure, BBOG tells Buhari

Mr President you are a failure, BBOG tells Buhari
August 25
12:51 2016
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Aisha Yesufu, a leader of the group, a leader of the Bring Back Our Girls (BBOG) movement, on Thursday branded President Muhammadu Buhari a “failure” for his inability to rescue the abducted Chibok girls.

Speaking on Thursday after the police barred the movement from entering the villa —the second time in four days — Yesufu “dared” the president to “stand up and behave like a man”.

“Mr President you are a failure, I dare President Muhammadu Buhari, you should stand up and behave like a man,” she said.

She said Buhari was enjoying the “pecks” of the villa, forgetting about the masses that voted him into office.

Yesufu stated that the rescue of the Chibok was not a favour but a right as enshrined in the Nigerian constitution.

“We are tired of hearing no credible intelligence, I can say that the president is not doing anything,” she added.

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The police form a barricade to deny BBOG entry into the villa

 

Obiageli Ezekwesili, another leader of the movement, said the government could not admit that it had not embarked on a rescue of the girls just because it did not have intelligence.

“For 846 days, our Chibok girls have been captured and you say you don’t have credible intelligence as president of Nigeria?” she queried.

“Nigeria voted you in to serve their purpose, Mr President we are disappointed.

“Leadership is about making tough decisions and as president we can’t wait forever or for credible intelligence. How many times would he say no credible intelligence.”

The group was denied entry into the presidential villa on Monday, but it vowed to embark on protests to the Aso Rock every 72 hours until the government briefs them on an immediate plan to rescue the girls.

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  1. GEJ
    GEJ August 25, 14:13

    “The group… vowed to embark on protests to the Aso Rock every 72 hours”

    The greatest height of unemployment

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  2. ogbuefiakajiaku
    ogbuefiakajiaku August 25, 17:19

    Which part of the Chibok comedy is showing now? When will this apc-laughable-deceptions comedy end? Where are those governors that went to match in maiduguri? Who are those who chanted, campaigned and voted for Buhari in the North? Did the people of Chibok vote for bingo Buhari? I wish them good luck

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