Aisha Yesufu - the co-convener of the Bring Back Our Girls, BBOG, has urged President Muhammadu Buhari to remain in London, stressing that Yemi Osinbajo the acting President is doing a pretty good job.
Airing her views in a series of tweets via @AishaYesufu, she said: “All President Buhari @MBuhari needed to do was to get the best people while he supervises and provides a vision using @ProfOsinbajo to work.
“Even my business I run it that way. Get the best people to do the work. I strategize and provide vision while chilling out lazily.
“I say it always @ProfOsinbajo was the person that won me over to the ticket.
“He hit the campaign trail even b4 GMB did.
“It is for me and that PMB is not putting his best foot forward is so irritating.
“PMB has never been known to do the work he delegates.
“Forexgate and idpgate is the corruption of this administration same way we once had armsgate and subsidygate as…
“The “witches” that escape today because they are today’s power will wake up to one morning where power is out of reach!
“They should also use technology to determine the “age” of the signature. Many backdate these deeds…”
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She also went on to ask the acting president about the situation with the whistle blower in the case of David Babachir.
Recall that Buhari had been on a 10-day vacation in the UK , during which he said the Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo would be in acting capacity, as the President.
The Presidency had also announced that Buhari wrote to the senate to extend his vacation indefinitely due to ‘health issues,’ , an action that has drawn so much condemnation from Nigerians.
Meanwhile, the Senate president, Bukola Saraki and the speaker of the House of Representatives, Yakubu Dogara, have departed for London to meet President Muhammadu Buhari.
Channels TV, citing a source at the National Assembly, reports that Saraki and Dogara traveled to London on Wednesday morning, February 15, to meet with President Buhari who is currently on holidays in the UK.
The president had on February 5,2017 written to the National Assembly informing the lawmakers of his desire to extend his leave in order to complete and receive the results of a series of tests recommended by his doctors.
Buhari has also maintained that he would only return to Nigeria when his London doctors certify him well enough to do so.