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Plane Crash: “Nigeria is as naked as Adam & Eve” Nnamdi Kanu, others reacts
IPOB leader, Nnamdi Kanu and other prominent Nigerians have come heavily on the federal government regarding the poor handling of victims of the military plane crash on Friday near Kaduna Airport.
The missing out of President Mohammadu Buhari as witnessed during the funeral procession of Nigeria’s Army Chief, Ibrahim Attahiru, including four Generals and other notable personnel has stirred a lot of dust.
The president was duly represented by Minister of Defence, Bashir Salihi Magashi, both during burial and visiting of the accident scene. Hence, his deputy did not also show up.
This has since caused a lot of criticism and condemnation, describing the act as negligence, irresponsible, and plot to demoralize the embattled servicemen.
Taking on the president was Nnamdi Kanu who noted that the disappearance was a confirmation to his continued claim that Mr. Buhari is dead “the Dead cannot bury the Dead”.
He tagged the president ‘version 4’ of Buhari as being masked Impostor in Aso Rock, adding that Nigeria is presently ‘naked as Adam & Eve in the Garden of Eden’.
Similarly, on Friday, the aide to then-president, Goodluck Jonathan, Reno Omokri expressed worries, queried why the president would spend 4 days of over 4000 miles drive to Paris and could not spend 15 minutes ride to honour the Burial of 30 minutes.
He further indicated disappointment that some Northern governors could snub the same funeral services to honour the son of the Attorney General’s wedding. “what is the benefit of fighting and dying for Nigeria?”
Meanwhile, Buhari’s favourite journalist, Adeola Fayehun, had condemned a statement credited to the President following the tragic crash.
She blamed the government for negligence noting that the disaster was preventable if only federal government will stop using old planes to fly ugly weather.
Fayehun disagreed that both deceased did not die for the security and peace of the ‘land’ because their death was not on the battle as posited by the Buhari.