Stop Disparaging Buhari AbdulRazaq Tells Critics
….says President good manager of poverty
Governor of Kwara State AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq on Tuesday warned Nigerians against disparaging President Muhammadu Buhari’s person for no reason.
He said that President Buhari, as the country’s leader, should be treated with reverence rather than contempt.
Governor AbdulRazaq went on to say that the president has done an outstanding job in the field of infrastructure, and that he is a decent “poverty boss.”
The governor made the remarks during the distribution of Ramadan gifts dubbed “Baba for all” to the needy, widows, and the less fortunate across the state’s 16 local government areas in Ilorin, the state capital.
“Most of the All Progressives Congress (APC) governors rode on Buhari’s back to power,” Mallam AbdulRazaq said. Though we had our own ‘otoge’ in Kwara, he was a pleasant leader. So we’re not going to sit around and watch people disparage the country’s leader for no reason. The guy has been hard at work.
“He has done exceptionally well, and the opposition is taking advantage of his refusal to speak to bring him down. No, we’re not going to let that happen.
“When this country had a lot of capital, it was mismanaged. However, since Baba’s arrival, the funds have been depleted. Today there is no capital, but President Buhari has managed to get by. He is an excellent poverty manager. He has been attempting to alleviate poverty. COVID-19 has had a major impact on the global economy, not just in Nigeria. Nigeria was the hardest hit, as the vast majority of us earn our living on a regular basis. As a result, the shutdown had a greater impact on us.
“No one has ever accused Baba Buhari of embezzling money, no matter what they say about him. That’s where it all begins. The man is cautious and conscientious. In every business, he ensures that things are done correctly.”
“We have our challenges in the area of security,” the governor added. However, when Baba arrived, only Maiduguri was in the possession of the Nigerian government, while the rest of Borno state’s local government areas were in the hands of non-state actors. However, things have changed since then.
“Bombs were going off in Kaduna, Kano, and even Abuja until Baba came on board. An office of the United Nations was bombed. We still seem to miss this and get caught up in the moment.
“Security starts with each and every one of us. We are, as I recently said, our own gatekeepers and protectors. Every house cannot be guarded by the president. As a result, the Federal Community policing has been implemented by the government.”
Before President Muhammadu Buhari took over the reins of power in 2015, you couldn’t even fly between Lagos and Ibadan due to the complete collapse of infrastructure in the country,” Mallam AbdulRazaq said.
“We also encountered difficulties traveling to Abuja via Mokowa or Kabba. The railway system did not exist at the time. However, since President Buhari took office, the majority of these infrastructure problems have been addressed.
“In reality, the greatest problem we now face on the Ilorin-Mokowa road is the high rate of accidents, which is exacerbated by the fact that it is arguably the best road in Nigeria today, causing motorists to drive recklessly.”