Buhari shows humility by bowing to Obasanjo in Aso Rock.


President Muhammadu Buhari, as a sitting president, “bowed” to greet former president Olusegun Obasanjo during a meeting of the Council of State at the Presidential Villa, Abuja.

This was revealed by President Buhari’s senior media adviser, Femi Adesina, in an opinion article on Friday.https://googleads.g.doubleclick.net/pagead/ads?client=ca-pub-1883810847636355&output=html&h=250&slotname=6310719999&adk=2377790269&adf=3833061182&w=300&fwrn=7&lmt=1601744915&psa=1&guci=2.2.0.0.2.2.0.0&format=300×250&url=https%3A%2F%2Fstories.6chcdn.feednews.com%2Fnews%2Fdetail%2F6fefd31904b44362e18787e76dd7de78%3Fac%3Dwifi%26app_version%3D7.6.2254.150878%26client%3Dnews%26country%3Dng%26features%3D137438953229%26lang%3Den%26language%3Den%26low_perf%3Dtrue%26mode%3Dbody%26picture_less%3Ddisabled%26swdp%3D360%26uid%3Defa0cf92d2c6ed400508645e526abc2010025498&flash=0&wgl=1&tt_state=W3siaXNzdWVyT3JpZ2luIjoiaHR0cHM6Ly9hZHNlcnZpY2UuZ29vZ2xlLmNvbSIsInN0YXRlIjowfV0.&dt=1601744915146&bpp=49&bdt=15537&idt=709&shv=r20201001&cbv=r20190131&ptt=9&saldr=aa&abxe=1&cookie=ID%3D41e2047b082d909b%3AT%3D1601660053%3AS%3DALNI_MY82M4q27DuWU2BQ25QGHjkv4LYJg&prev_fmts=0x0&nras=1&correlator=2530071329500&frm=20&pv=1&ga_vid=705438440.1601660047&ga_sid=1601744916&ga_hid=437585991&ga_fc=0&iag=0&icsg=142641919&dssz=17&mdo=0&mso=0&u_tz=120&u_his=1&u_java=0&u_h=640&u_w=360&u_ah=640&u_aw=360&u_cd=32&u_nplug=0&u_nmime=0&adx=30&ady=544&biw=360&bih=475&scr_x=0&scr_y=0&eid=21066428%2C21066973&oid=3&pvsid=1668145093449248&pem=501&rx=0&eae=0&fc=1920&brdim=0%2C0%2C0%2C0%2C360%2C0%2C360%2C475%2C360%2C475&vis=1&rsz=%7C%7CoeEbr%7C&abl=CS&pfx=0&fu=8192&bc=29&ifi=1&uci=a!1&btvi=1&xpc=DA814gXBRJ&p=https%3A//stories.6chcdn.feednews.com&dtd=770

Adesina was trying to explain how civil and humble his principal could be when he gave an example of the incident that took place in 2018.https://res-odx.op-mobile.opera.com/pagead?w=0&h=0&pk=s3349331957248&ct=&uc=true&cc=AU&lc=en&url=https%3A%2F%2Fstories.6chcdn.feednews.com%2Fnews%2Fdetail%2F6fefd31904b44362e18787e76dd7de78%3Fac%3Dwifi%26app_version%3D7.6.2254.150878%26client%3Dnews%26country%3Dng%26features%3D137438953229%26lang%3Den%26language%3Den%26low_perf%3Dtrue%26mode%3Dbody%26picture_less%3Ddisabled%26swdp%3D360%26uid%3Defa0cf92d2c6ed400508645e526abc2010025498&rf=&cst=UTF-8&title=QnVoYXJpIFNob3dlZCBIdW1pbGl0eSBCeSBCb3dpbmcgVG8gT2Jhc2Fuam8gQXQgQXNvIFJvY2sgyBGZW1pIEFkZXNpbmEgLSBPcGVyYSBOZXdzIE9mZmljaWFs&vr=stories.6chcdn.feednews.com&bl=en-AU&sh=640&sw=360&sch=3827&scw=360&scl=0&sct=0&tz=GMT%2B0200&vph=475&vpw=360&debug=false

The presidential aide said Buhari showed respect to Obasanjo at the Council of State meeting despite the fact that the former president had just written a letter criticising the administration of his boss.

Adesina said Buhari, however, shocked everyone when he “fired on all cylinders” in his October 1, 2020, independence day speech by attacking the country’s past leaders from 1999 to 2015.

He said, “President Buhari is a civil man. Too civil at times, if you ask me. Some people launch bilious attacks against him and the government he leads, simply because they got ejected from their perch as permanent landlords of the country. He tells you not to respond, and when he finally gives the permission, he says do it in the most civil manner possible. But in the National Day broadcast, the man came smoking.

Adesina quoted Buhari as saying: “Those who in 1999-2015 presided on near destruction of the country have now the impudence to attempt to criticize.”https://res-odx.op-mobile.opera.com/pagead?w=0&h=0&pk=s3480327769472&ct=&uc=true&cc=AU&lc=en&url=https%3A%2F%2Fstories.6chcdn.feednews.com%2Fnews%2Fdetail%2F6fefd31904b44362e18787e76dd7de78%3Fac%3Dwifi%26app_version%3D7.6.2254.150878%26client%3Dnews%26country%3Dng%26features%3D137438953229%26lang%3Den%26language%3Den%26low_perf%3Dtrue%26mode%3Dbody%26picture_less%3Ddisabled%26swdp%3D360%26uid%3Defa0cf92d2c6ed400508645e526abc2010025498&rf=&cst=UTF-8&title=QnVoYXJpIFNob3dlZCBIdW1pbGl0eSBCeSBCb3dpbmcgVG8gT2Jhc2Fuam8gQXQgQXNvIFJvY2sgyBGZW1pIEFkZXNpbmEgLSBPcGVyYSBOZXdzIE9mZmljaWFs&vr=stories.6chcdn.feednews.com&bl=en-AU&sh=640&sw=360&sch=3827&scw=360&scl=0&sct=0&tz=GMT%2B0200&vph=475&vpw=360&debug=false

He said, “Are the gloves off? Just some jabs, if I know this President. Too civil, almost to a fault. In early 2018, a professional letter writer had launched his usual assault, which he had done against all sitting Presidents in the country since 1979. And about a week or two later, the National Council of State meeting was summoned for the State House. With his pen still dripping vitriol, nay blood, the letter writer showed up.

“It was a matter of interest for us all in the Council Chamber, venue of the meeting, to see how President Buhari would react, coming face to face with the man with the poisoned pen. Absolute courtesy. He bowed to greet him. And throughout the meeting, whenever the man indicated that he needed to speak on any issue by pressing the microphone on his table, the President would say: “Yes sir.” Really, some people are respectful, almost to a fault. They still chase rats to people who they know are chasing snakes to them,” said the presidential aide.

Adesina, in apparent response to Obasanjo’s recent statement that the country was fast becoming a failed state under Buhari, said some “permanent critics” of the president were bent on making the citizens believe that his principal was responsible for the division and calls for secession in the country.

He noted that President Buhari, in his speech, admitted that unity, security, economy, amongst others, were challenges facing the country.

Adesina, however, said: “But our forebears knew that the country was not one, and needed to be meshed and solidified.

“That was Nigeria from the very beginning. Let no revisionists come to paint the unreal picture of an idyllic country, which has now been shot to ribbons. No, right from the outset, Nigeria had needed unification, and success at that quest had always been relative.

He added that, “Should we then throw up our hands in surrender, and say we live in a failed or failing state, as some permanent critics would have us believe? Not by any stretch of the imagination. It was time to build and pull TOGETHER, which is the theme of the 60th anniversary celebration. Now is the time to chart where we need to go, and how to get there.

“Curiously, those who romanticize a Nigeria that had always needed constant unification are the very ones that cause the greatest problems today. They claim our diversity has not been well managed, while they are the very ones whipping up divisive tendencies.

Borno Bomb Attack:why is Buhari always saying Bandit instead of Boko haram

Borno Bomb Attack: Why Does Buhari Prefer To Say Bandits Instead Of Boko Haram?

Nigeria’s President, Muhammadu Buhari, may have been very cunning with his choice of words these days as it concerns insecurity and insurgency.

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The president most likely has deliberately chosen to avoid certain words; take for instance, “Boko Haram”, which he has avoided to mention,  and instead opts for the choice of  “bandits”.

This was again brought to bear following the recent suicide bomb attack in Borno State that claimed more than 30 lives and injured many. President Buhari clearly employed this tactic again while reacting to the terror attack.

The attack happened on Sunday, in Konduga village in Borno State, according to officials of the state emergency management agency.

There is a conflicting report about whether the blast occurred while people were watching football or a film.

Even though no group has claimed responsibility for the attack, terrorist group, Boko Haram has been widely blamed for the attack, especially by international sources.

Reacting on Monday, a day after the attack, President Buhari deliberately avoided mentioning “Boko Haram” in his entire speech. while condoling the families of those affected, Buhari promised that “together we will defeat these bandits and criminals.’

“I commiserate with the families of the victims of yesterday’s Viewing Center bomb blasts in Mandarari, Konduga LGA of Borno State. My deepest condolences to all those affected.

“We will ensure that the perpetrators are found and brought to justice, and we will also continue to give our law enforcement agencies all the support and resources they require to prevent these attacks and keep our communities safe.

“In recent times we have established new Forward Operating Bases in vulnerable communities. We’re now set to launch more FOBs. We will scale up military operations while the States support with logistics and local intelligence. Together we will defeat these bandits and criminals.” Buhari said on Monday via Twitter.

If you read the above statement carefully, you would notice that the president deliberately left out words like; insurgents, insurgency, Boko Haram, Terrorists etc.

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This, however, did not start today. This pattern actually dates back to 2016, just after the president claimed his government had technically defeated Boko Haram.

Boko Haram insurgency became a very debilitating scourge on the nation during the administration of former President Goodluck Jonathan. The northeast was the epicentre, the insurgents held sway in many local government areas while seizing many territories.

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This was going to affect Jonathan who would face Buhari in the 2015 general elections. Buhari took advantage of a very “juicy” situation to rise to power. Amongst other promises, the promise to end insurgency was the loudest.

He would soon claim power from Jonathan and walk the talk.

Buhari’s assumed office in May 2015 and it wasn’t long until the administration came out to annoyance it had dealt with the insurgent group.

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President Muhammadu Buhari personally told the BBC in December 2015 that Nigeria had “technically won the war” against Islamist Boko Haram militants.

According to him, the militant group could no longer mount “conventional attacks” against security forces or population centres.

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Maybe this was a little premature from the president who was eager to impress following a bogus promise.

Since after the statement of technically defeating Boko Haram, the president started a trend of deliberately omitting words like insurgents, insurgency, Boko Haram, Terrorists and now seemed to have perfected it.

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Check out Buhari’s tweets since 2016, where he had reacted to the issue of insecurity of insurgency.

Muhammadu Buhari

@MBuhari

I commiserate with the Government and people of Zamfara on the cold-blooded murder, by armed bandits, of 36 persons at Bindin in Maru LGA.

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@MBuhari

We will work with the State Govt and security agencies to find a lasting solution to the problem of armed banditry in the state and region.

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Muhammadu Buhari

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Today the Security Chiefs briefed me on ongoing operations in various flashpoints across the country: Operations Lafiya Dole, Whirl Stroke I and II, Sharan Daji, and others. I commend all our security personnel on the frontlines, working hard to secure every part of

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Muhammadu Buhari

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We remain committed, as an administration, to guaranteeing the security of lives and property in every part of Nigeria. I am pleased to note the progress we are making, but we will also ensure we do not relent. We will deal decisively with all forms of banditry and criminality

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Muhammadu Buhari

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One of the resolutions from our Security Meeting today is that all our law enforcement agencies must take intelligence-gathering and sharing much more seriously. The Police and DSS especially have been charged to step up their efforts and capacity in this regard.

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Muhammadu Buhari

@MBuhari

Our law enforcement agencies must at all times stay ahead of bandits and criminals, wherever they are across the country, by efficiently gathering, sharing and acting on credible Intelligence. I am assuring that we will give them all the support needed

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Muhammadu Buhari

@MBuhari

As Commander-in-Chief I am extremely pleased by the gallant performance of our troops, on the various operations to which they’ve been deployed. On behalf of all Nigerians let me express how grateful we are as a nation for all that they’re doing to keep us safe and secure.

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Muhammadu Buhari

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The Air Force has taken on a more significant role in the hotspots of banditry in the North Central and North West in recent months, deploying attack aircraft to support the efforts of the Army. And we are already seeing the effects of this intensification of military operations.

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Muhammadu Buhari

@MBuhari

Peace and Security will be at the top of our Agenda at the ECOWAS/ECCAS Summit today in Lome, Togo. We will discuss ways of forging a decisive and lasting response to our common security challenges. Regarding security, a regional approach is just as important as a domestic one.

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Muhammadu Buhari

@MBuhari

In the face of the evolving security threats, in the North Central and North West, we remain determined to neutralize every form of banditry and criminality. What we will never do is abandon any part of Nigeria to terrorists and

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Muhammadu Buhari

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I seize every available opportunity to explain to Nigerians our situation in 2015, when we came to office; where we are today; and what we have been able to do with the resources available to us. We will continue to administer the resources of Nigeria honestly and productively.

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@MBuhari

The situation in the North West is a priority for us. We will bring an end to the banditry and insecurity. We are also tackling illegal mining, as well as seriously addressing the underlying issues responsible for the clashes between farmers and herders.

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Muhammadu Buhari

@MBuhari

I want to appeal to Nigerians that we should not politicize this tragic situation in Zamfara. How can I be indifferent to the senseless killings and kidnapping of my fellow citizens by bandits, and the deep trauma and impoverishment that these attacks inflict on them?

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@MBuhari

Let me again offer our deepest condolences to all the victims and their families and loved ones. We feel your pains, and there is nothing more important to me at this time than ensuring that these bandits and criminals are completely neutralized.

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Muhammadu Buhari

@MBuhari

Operation Sharan Daji, and the newly-launched Operation Puff Adder are focused on Zamfara, Kaduna (including the Abuja-Kaduna Expressway), Katsina, Kogi, and Niger States. These are all multi-agency Operations, bringing together the Military, Police, the DSS, and others.

Muhammadu Buhari

@MBuhari

I want to appeal to Nigerians that we should not politicize this tragic situation in Zamfara. How can I be indifferent to the senseless killings and kidnapping of my fellow citizens by bandits, and the deep trauma and impoverishment that these attacks inflict on them?

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The above statements were some of the many times the president had had to react to the killings and insurgency in the country.

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So if not to avoid contradicting himself regarding the 2015 claim of having technically defeated Boko Haram, what else would make the President deliberately omit to mention Boko Haram and rather uses Bandits to qualify insurgents.

What’s your take on this? drop your comments below.

Born again-kanye west ban Daughter North west from Wearing make up and crop tops.

Rapper Kanye West is trying to reinforce his new found faith in Christ by instilling moral and religious discipline at home.

The HipHop superstar has reportedly banned their six-year-old daughter North from wearing make-up and crop tops after he became a ‘born again’ Christian.

His wife adorable wife, Kim Kardashian revealed this in a new interview. The 42-year-old rapper, who has just released a new album called Jesus is King ruled that his eldest child should not apply any make up until she is a teenager.

Kim revealed this to E! News at the debut of her KKW Beauty at an Ulta Beauty store in New York on Thursday. She said: North is trying to get in on the makeup, but she’s being blocked heavily because her dad has stopped all makeup for her until she is a teenager.

Kim admitted that his new conservative views are causing tension in their household, but added that it is what’s best for her family.

‘It’s a big discussion, a big fight in the household right now but it is what’s best.

‘I think as a parent you just learn and figure it out as you go and we realized we didn’t really want her to wear makeup at a young age but she sees her mom putting on lipstick and lip gloss.’

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