The presidents of Benin, Niger, and Guinea-Bissau arrived at the Aso Rock Villa, on Tuesday, to visit their Nigerian counterpart, Bola Tinubu.
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The discernible and inevitable conclusion, therefore, is that these people are within and outside our party!
He said, “I believe there are elements in the Villa that want us to lose the election because they didn’t get their way; they had their candidate. Their candidate did not win the primaries,” El-Rufai said while featuring on Channels TV’s Sunrise Daily.
Until he retired a few months ago, he was a Minister (Special Grade) Liaison/Head of Economic Matters at the Nigerian Embassy in Washington but before then, he had served as the Director, Consular Matters (Office of the State Chief of Protocol) in the State House, Aso Rock Villa, Abuja.
Malami disclosed this to journalists on Thursday at the 46th Session of the State House Briefing organised by the Presidential Communications Team at the Aso Rock Villa, Abuja.
“That’s a lie. You can’t say our President is on ground. As far as we are concerned our President is missing. He was missing at Owo and at very many places where disasters struck and our President was expected to show up as Presidents do in civilized countries” this garrulous University Professor, Idi-Ishin, was stamping his huge fist on the centre table at the University Recreation Club, with his hoarse voice reaching to the sky.
This was disclosed on Friday by the Senior Special Assistant to the President on Media and Publicity, Garba Shehu.
Last Friday, while fielding questions from the Arise TV, self-styled military president, General Ibrahim Babangida, attempted to borrow the tool of satirists to analyze the decay in Nigerian leadership and the Buhari government’s love to go the way of traducers of Ojewumi. IBB, mostly likely accidentally, then zeroed in on satire to critique the government of Buhari while ostensibly dwelling on the manoeuvring, undulating curve of Nigeria’s leadership. His most subtle but profound pillory of Buhari in that interview was his largely satirical analysis of the persona of Nigeria’s widely vilified president from Daura. If you discover the satire in that analysis, you would realize that not for nothing did the Nigerian media nickname Babangida the evil genius.
The President’s Senior Special Assistant on Media and Publicity, Malam Garba Shehu, made the clarification in a statement issued in Abuja on Wednesday.
The governor stated this when he briefed State House correspondents after having a closed door meeting with President Muhammadu Buhari on Wednesday in Aso Rock Villa.
Secondus said this in a statement issued by his Media Aide, Ike Abonyi, on Monday in Abuja.