“Nigerians should stop cursing and insulting their president”

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A twitter user has condemned the manner in which Nigerian people react to issue concerning President Muhammadu Buhari, saying “insulting him isn’t the solution”

Simply known as valeryfloxy, was reacting to a tweet by Mrs. Aisha Buhari, where the President’s wife tweeted that her husband deserves accolades for his meeting with United States President Donald Trump.

Aisha’s tweet had more than 2,500 retweets and thousands of comments by her followers at the time of press.

“Am not on our president side but we just need to do d needful thing dan we rendering curses nd insult on him,” @valeryfloxy tweeted

Buhari’ s wife, Aisha , had on Monday said the President deserved some accolades for his United States ’ outing.

“Dear President, you deserve some accolades ,” she wrote as she shared some of photographs taken during Buhari ’s meeting with US President Donald Trump at the White House, Washington DC.

Mrs. Buhari’s tweet generated diverse views, while some praised the visitation of her husband to the US, others condemned him for his inability to solve the problem of killing of innocent people in Nigeria.

“Yes he deserves some accolades for the death of 400 Shiites, death of 200 IPOB, deaths of innocent citizens in Benue, Taraba, Markudi & Kaduna murdered & massacred by his kinsmen Murderous Fulani Herdsmen, he deserves accolades for hardships, recession, fuel price & corruption,” @strong_truth tweeted.

Another user believed that Nigerians are the cause of most of the problems in the land:

“I am, I really am, the president has his own problem, we Nigerian r the cause of most of our problem. Imagine someone saying on LinkedIn don’t message me that you need a job. If he was part of the jobless citizen, will he open his mouth to say nonsense” @dat_OsunGirl

Buhari’s outing pictures included where Buhari was signing the visitors’ register with Trump looking on, and other scenes of their teams.

The media team of the president has consistently said Buhari was the first to visit Trump since the United States president assumed office.

That has also generated diverse views, saying “that’s isn’t an achievement.”

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