Nigerian singer, Yemi Alade, criticises President Muhammadu Buhari over his latest tweets, threatening those disturbing the peace of the country.
Yemi Alade condemned Buhari’s approach on twitter and pointed out that the president was making Nigerians feel hopeless when they needed him to feel protected.
Buhari had earlier said, “I receive daily security reports on the attacks on critical national infrastructure, and it is very clear that those behind them want this administration to fail. Whoever wants the destruction of the system will soon have the shock of their lives. We’ve given them enough time.
“I received a briefing today from the Chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), on the series of attacks on their facilities nationwide. These attacks are totally unacceptable, and we will not allow those behind them to achieve their evil objectives.
“I have assured INEC that we will make available to them everything they need to operate efficiently, so that no one will say we don’t want to go, or that we want a third term. There will be no excuse for failure. We will meet all of INEC’s demands.
“In the area of security, we have changed the Service Chiefs and the Inspector-General, and we are demanding that they rise fully to the challenges confronting us. There must be zero tolerance for all those those bent on destroying our country by promoting crime and insurrection!”
The ‘Johnny’ crooner dubbed the president tweets “the most heart-breaking move yet.” She wrote; “Tweeting this at a time when feeling your people’s pain and loss. At a time when your people need to feel protected! Making your people feel hopeless – is the most heartbreaking move yet.”
Yemi Alade who recently released the music video for her ‘Dancina’ single added that “Ah! Your administration is made up of people. People that feel neglected, unsafe, hungry and. hopeless. Maybe a part of them feels you will tactically end the unrest in the nation but this tweet that focuses on administration instead of actual citizens is an error, capital fail.”
Yemi Alade further advised soldiers and parents that witnessed the civil war to go for therapy. “I think all parents and soldiers that experienced the civil war need therapy! Everything is not a fight! Everything na threat instead of tactical and knowledgeable advices.”