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Wednesday, 25 January 2017

If Buhari has any shred of honour and integrity he should resign - BBOG co-convener Aisha Yesufu


If Buhari has any shred of honour, character & integrity he should resign - BBOG co-convener, Aisha Yesufu

If Buhari has any shred of honour, character & integrity he should resign - BBOG co-convener, Aisha Yesufu


Aisha Yesufu, one of the co-convener of the Bring Back Our Girls Group, (BBOG) has called on President Muhammadu Buhari to resign.

Yesufu in reaction to President Buhari's letter to the Senate on why he cannot sack and prosecute the Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), Babachir Lawal, said if the president has any shred of honour, character & integrity he should resign.
The co-convener of the BBOG, in a series of tweets on Tuesday, January, 24 and Wednesday, January 25, called out the president saying if he can clear someone that stole N200m from vulnerable IDPS in this type of recession then imagine what he would have done in abundance.
Either
1) Babachir looted on behalf of PMB @MBuhari
OR
2) President Buhari has looted more and Babachir has evidence
OR
PMB is going senile pic.twitter.com/S8LEza4Qp5
If @MBuhari can clear someone that stole 200m from vulnerable IDPS in this type of recession then imagine what he wld have done in abundance
It's surprisingly amazing!
President Buhari @MBuhari that was using sachet of milk and beverage now carrying teapot in London. Wahala dey! https://twitter.com/feyiwonder/status/823986807859740672 
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Do u realise in this letter @MBuhari did not say 200m was not paid into Babachir's account or that his company did not execute the contract
If Pres Buhari @MBuhari has any shred of honour, character & integrity he should RESIGN. Enough of the damage that might last a generation

 Recall that Lawall had been alleged to have diverted money meant to fight humanitarian crisis in the North East, and the senate had called for his arrest and prosecution.
But Buhari, on Monday, January 23, had explained why he cannot honour the senate’s report calling for Lawal’s arrest, prosecution and sack.