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Saturday, March 31, 2018

Angry Nigerians Attack Buhari After The President Of France Was Spotted Doing This

Angry Nigerians have taken to social media to tackle the Nigerian president, Muhammadu Buhari and compare him with the French president.
Top: Buhari at the Bola Tinubu Colloquium.
Bottom: Nigerian soldiers being buried
 
Obviously dissastisfied with President Muhammadu Buhari, many angry Nigerians have criticized him for his 'uncaring'' attitude towards the country and the citizens especially slain soldiers.
 
This outburst is coming after the President of France, Emmanuel Macron was spotted at the burial rites of a police officer that died during a terrorist attack.
 
Meanwhile, in Nigeria, President Muhammdu Buhari was in Lagos to commission the Ikeja Bus Terminal and also attended a birthday party of the All Progressives Congress national leader, Bola Tinubu while 11 of Nigerian soldiers killed during an attack in Kaduna were being buried.
 
It will be recalled that the soldiers were killed at their post by the armed persons in Brinin Gwari Local Government Area, allegedly as a reprisal for the killing of some of the gunmen in a previous effort by the army.
 
Two days ago, France honoured its heroic gendarme Arnaud Beltrame, who died saving hostages’ lives at a supermarket siege last week, with all the respect, gratitude and emotion the grieving country could muster. Their president was at the funeral.
 
 
In a state ceremony that conveyed France’s pride and profound sadness, President Emmanuel Macron paid tribute on Wednesday to the officer who he said had the “gratitude, admiration and affection of the whole country”.
 
 
After seeing pictures of President Macron attending the funeral of the slain policeman, Nigerians became very angry with President Buhari for not showing the same concern when Nigerian soldiers were being buried. They took to social media to vent their anger.
 
Below are some of their comments:
 
 

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