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#EndSARS: BUHARI NOT CITIZEN OF NIGERIA, I DOUBT EVERYTHING ABOUT HIM – NIGERIAN PASTOR

Following his nationwide address by president Buhari on Thursday evening over the ongoing protest by the youths, the senior pastor of Awaiting The Second Coming Of Christ Ministry, Adewale Giwa, has said that he doubts everything about President Muhammadu Buhari.

Angered by the speech that has received a wide range of criticism, Giwa said the President failed to touch pressing issues, such as the shooting and killing of Nigerian youths at the Lekki area of Lagos State by soldiers.

The pastor said, that Buhari does not want the progress of Nigeria, adding that Buhari does not embrace peace but crisis.

He added that that Buhari has brought nothing but pain and suffering to the people, citing the high costs of food items and petroleum products.

“It’s now obvious that President Muhammadu Buhari is not a citizen of Nigeria,” he said.

“I urge those who brought Mr. Buhari in 2015 to beg God for forgiveness. The president and his deputy are bad products and history will judge them, thereafter.

“President Buhari didn’t speak like an elder, but rather, he decides to add insult to injury. At this juncture, Nigerians should forget that they have a president.

I doubt president Buhari’s citizenship, I also doubt everything concerning the president. Of course I surely know that there will be light at the end of the tunnel, we can’t continue this way.

One expects that the president would show remorse; what stops Buhari to do what Nigerians are yearning for? Buhari doesn’t want the progress of Nigeria, he doesn’t embrace peace but crisis.

“Before you came to power, a bad of rice was sold for N7,500, now, it’s been sold between 35,000 and N42,000.

“How much was a litre of petroleum before you took over? As soon as you became the president, you jacked up the prices of goods.

Nigerians now find it difficult to eat three times a day. I am bold to say that President Buhari and his vice are bad products,” he added.

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