Why Buhari is allegedly part of wicked people – Aisha reveals

Aisha Yesufu, co-convener of BringBackOurGirls, BBOG, advocacy group, on Monday insisted that President Muhammadu Buhari was part of those “wicked people” that kept Nigerians in poverty.

The activist made the remark while reacting to Buhari’s claim that “wicked people kept Nigerians poor.”

Buhari had said this while receiving a delegation of the Buhari Diaspora Support Organisation led by Mr Charles Sylvester in London, on Sunday.

The President, had, however, noted that looking at the condition in which his administration met the country, without savings and the economy badly vandalised, “we have not done too badly.”

However, Yesufu, who frowned at the president’s remark, wondered why he never lend his voice to the issues of education, immunization, almajiri and girl brides.

In a tweet, the co-convener of BBOG group maintained that Buhari focused more on himself.

“President Muhammadu Buhari @MBuhari Is one of those wicked people that kept HIS people poor. Never for once did I hear his voice on issues of education, immunisation, almajiri, girl brides.

“He focused coldly on himself. These might not readily give him votes if addressed,” she tweeted.



  1. If we want to succeed in this nation and learn from our past loses and mistakes,we must be ready to face reality of these monumental past loses and use it to create a strong foundation for growth and change for better. Playing into gallery with unsuspecting innocent Nigerians will not help anybody. The wicked people in Nigerians were and are past wicked corrupt leaders that have stolen our money to build strong individual structures around themselves thereby weakening the institutional structures of Nigeria to take advantage of the masses. President Muhammadu Buhari is not among these wicked past and present leaders. “Comments are free but facts are sacred” Aisha Yesufu should proof her case against PMB with facts that PMB has stolen Nigeria money in his past and past leadership positions and as elderstateman in Nigeria.

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