Nigerians Deserve Truth About Buhariâ€™s Sudden Vacation - FayoseBy CheatMaster 02:31 Mon, 08 Feb 2016 Comments
Governor Ayodele Fayose of Ekiti State, on Sunday, said that the statement issued by the Presidency on President Muhammadu Buhariâ€™s sudden vacation was vague, saying, â€œNigerians deserve to know the truth about their President because the President is an open book that every Nigerians should be free to read.â€
The governor, who said he was aware of the high-wire plot to use the Supreme Court to upturn his electoral victory, insisted that nothing will stop him from speaking the truth concerning issues in the country.
He said it was suspicious that a president, who told Nigerians that he was embarking on official visit to France and Britain, last Tuesday, would suddenly commence a five-day vacation while still in the United Kingdom.
In a statement by his Special Assistant on Public Communications and New Media, Lere Olayinka, the governor, who prayed for safe return of the President, said â€œNigerians deserve to know where exactly their president is spending his vacation.â€
He however commended the President for handing over to the Vice President as stipulated by the Constitution of the country.
He said; â€œWe were told last Tuesday, that Mr President was travelling to France and from there to London to attend the Syria Donor Conference, and that he would return to Nigeria this weekend.
â€œAll of a sudden, we were told that the President was embarking on a five-day vacation. Where and why? We were not told.
â€œCuriously, it was at this same period, last year that President Buhari, who was at that time the All Progressives Congress (APC) presidential candidate, disappeared from public, with lies told about him granting interviews in London.
â€œIt is therefore important that in future, the presidency should be more explicit in communicating with Nigerians on issues regarding the President because a nationâ€™s president is an open book that can be read by anyone.â€
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