Buhari failed to tell UK audience how he loved Boko Haram – Fani Kayode

Buhari failed to tell UK audience how he loved Boko Haram – Fani Kayode
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Femi Fani-Kayode, the spokesperson of President
Goodluck Jonathan’s campaign
organisation, has
stated that the candidate of the All
Progressives Congress, Muhammadu
Buhari, has failed to inform his
audience in the United Kingdom how
he loves the extremist group, Boko
Haram.

Mr. Buhari spoke at Chatham House
in London Thursday where he stated
that if elected, he would restore
Nigeria’s lost glory.

In his reaction via a press statement,
Mr. Fani- Kayode said it was
amazing that Mr. Buhari refused to
participate in a debate in his own
country but was ready to go to a
foreign country to sell his message in
a desperate attempt to curry favour
with the people of that country.

“We wonder whether General Buhari
told his foreign audience whilst he
was in London how much he loves
Boko Haram,” he said.

Boko Haram has been terrorising the
people of Nigeria, with reports saying
the terrorist group has killed over
13,000 Nigerians since 2009.

Mr. Fani-Kayode also said he
wondered whether the former head of
state told his audience that he once
said that he believed that ”an attack
on Boko Haram is an attack on the
north” and that the Boko Haram
terrorists should be appeased,
pampered, resettled and paid
allowances.

“We wonder if he told them that he
was once nominated by Boko Haram
to be their spokesman and
representative during proposed
negotiations with the Federal
Government,” he said.

The PDP presidential campaign
spokesperson said he was surprised
Mr. Buhari did not tell his audience
that he was the one who ordered and
organised the “violent injecting,
crating and disgraceful kidnapping of
a former Minister of the Federal
Republic of Nigeria by the name of
Alhaji Umaru Dikko from the streets
of London 31 years ago when he was
in power”.

He said the president’s campaign would express
its views about Mr. Buhari’s “stage-managed
show of shame at Chatham House at a later date”
and, that at that time, more details would be
provided.

“For now, all we can say is that it is truly pitiful
that a former Head of State of the Federal Republic
of Nigeria believes that it is more important to win
the hearts and minds of the British than it is to win
the hearts and minds of the Nigerian people.

“General Buhari can run to any foreign country in
the world to say anything that he likes but at the
end of the day the decision as to who will lead
Nigeria as from May 29th this year will be
determined by no one else but the Nigerian people.
The game is on here and not in London,” he said

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