“President Buhari Should Leave His Cows For Once In Preference For The Lives Of His Fellow Human Beings”- Activist Oby Ezekwesili Blows Hot.

Nigerian activist and convener of the Bring Back Our Girls Movement, Oby Ezekwesili has tackled President Muhammadu Buhari for not visiting the school where 333 boys were abducted.

Ezekwesili said that Buhari needs to leave his cows and show preference for the lives of his citizens. This is coming after Buhari reportedly visited his cows at his hometown in Daura, Kastina state but failed to visit the Government Science Secondary School in Kankara Community.

The 57-year-old activist lamented about how she actively fought for the released of the Chibok girls and how they people accused her of trying to topple the Buhari’s administration because she continued to protest even after Goodluck Jonathan vacated the seat.

This disclosed all this on Tuesday, December 15 in series of tweets on her official Twitter page.

She tweeted;

“President @MBuhari should leave his cows for once in preference for the lives of his fellow human beings.

“It is inhuman for a supposed leader of a country to be as incaring as you are to this latest cries of parents of 333 #KankaraBoys . Why are you so inhuman, @MBuhari ??

“But then again, until the citizens of Nigeria consider themselves worthy of Good Governance, a pattern of inhuman leadership will always be given by the likes of @MBuhari .  His abnormal actions in office have made clear that we should demand an independent medical evaluation.

“When citizens are ready to collectively demand an independent medical evaluation of a President @MBuhari who clearly has lost touch with reality, people like him will get the signal that Nigerian people have decided : No more ChibokGirls tragedy. No more Dapchi No more Kankara✍🏾”

See tweets below;




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