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IBB Letter To Buhari: Fani Kayode, Shehu Sani, Ben Bruce, Reno Omokri Others React


ABUJA (Sundiata Post) The social media space has been buzzing about the letter written to President Muhammadu Buhari by Former Head of State, General Ibrahim Babangid (IBB). In the letter, IBB expressed his dissatisfaction with President Buhari’s regime and the ongoing muderous crisis between herdsmen and farmers accross the country.

Between then and now, there has been refutals and counter-refutals about the letter, and it has left many Nigerians, especially on social media talking.

See reactions below:

Ben Murray-Bruce (@benmurraybruce): ”It brings some measure of satisfaction to me that President Babangida called what is happening in Benue by its rightful name. It is a pogrom. For the Buhari administration to call it communal clashes shows it is taking sides. I salute IBB for his courage. Others should also speak.”

Femi Fani-Kayode (@realFFK): ”Kudos to IBB for telling Buhari to go. That, together with OBJ’s timely warning, has made Buhari history. We wait to hear from Gen. TY Danjuma. Once he slams Buhari too it is all over. It is either he goes quietly in 2019 or the dogs and the baboons will both be soaked in blood.”

Senator Shehu Sani (@shehusani): ”The first statement carried the real message.The counter statement was simply a phase in the drama.The message was fully delivered while the recipient and the audience were left in suspense.Its a bullet shot with flowers.”

Reno Omokri (@renoomokri): ”May God bless President Babangida for being bold enough to call what is happening in Benue a ‘pogrom’. I hope shameless Buhari and his sycophantic IGP who called it ‘communal clash’ will learn from a real leader. How can an unprovoked attacks by Fulani herdsmen be communal clash?”

Ebube D Statesman (@akaebube): ”Meanwhile, while we are still reading IBB‘s letter Today marks the 4th month Anniversary of Buhar’s Fuel Scarcity The longest fuel scarcity in the history of our democracy.”

Tyro (@DoubleEph): ”Buhari has nothing to fear from IBB writing a letter. If Tinubu writes a letter, maybe. But IBB has been a busted flush for many years now. Never forget he ‘launched’ a campaign to challenge GEJ back in 2011 and it landed like wet tissue.”

Chidi Odinkalu (@ChidiOdinkalu): is in thrall to soldiers, both serving & rtd. Soldiers do police work in nearly all states. IBB, OBJ, GMB dominate news & politics.”

Mr Sola (@Solar_Unique): ”As much as I don’t rate these guys (OBJ, IBB and co), but whatever they’re doing right now is a serious threat to PMB’s second term ambition, why I don’t dismiss them, from what I gathered, the conspiracy is very deep, even some APC political office holders are part of it.”

Abubakar Sidiq Umar (@MrAbuSidiq): ”With the statement and counter statement from IBB‘s aide and himself, is it safe to say that the man still has his Maradona skills intact?”

Gimba Kakanda (@gimbakakanda): ”I have a feeling that statement attributed to IBB – that Nigerians shouldn’t vote for Buhari in 2019 – was reported out of context. Something seems missing in that report: a reason for such by an IBB who’s politically disadvantaged and, especially, ill.”

Ayo (@AyooAkanji):IBB is indeed the Maradona, four different statements on same issue.”

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