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Friday, 19 May 2017

BBBOG co-convener, Aisha Yesufu, calls on President Buhari to resign

Latest news as Co-convener of Bring Back Our Girls, BBOG, Aisha Yesufu, has called on President Buhari to resign so that Nigeria can move forward. In a video she posted on her Twitter handle, Aisha said 

"When are we going to realize that this acting president thing is just not working out. It is really not working out. Things are stagnating in Nigeria. For
crying out loud, the president is sick. The President is not capable of discharging his duties as president.

Why can't he resign? Sickness can be on anybody. Nobody is wishing the president bad. The fact that he is sick doesn't mean that he is going to die today or tomorrow. Somebody that is as healthy as I am right now can drop dead. It is life!
For crying out loud, for how long are we going to wait and see things go in disarray? Who is going to sign the budget we don't know. The report on Babachir, what is happening to it? Why are we being held to ransom?”


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