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“You encouraged violence where you couldn’t carry it out yourself’ – Sowore lists atrocities Buhari comitted that will haunt him forever


By Chibuike Nwabuko

Abuja (Sundiata Post) – Omoyele Sowore, the presidential candidate of African Action Congress (AAC) in the 2023 general election has accused President Muhammadu Buhari of encouraging violence where he couldn’t carry it out himself among others during his administration.

Sowore who took to his verified twitter handle @YeleSowore to outline all the alleged crimes comitted by President Muhammadu Buhari, was reacting to Punch’s political article where Buhari said: “Nigerians I Hurt Too Much Should Please Pardon Me; We Are All Humans – President”

The tweet reads:

“President @mbuhari you just didn’t hurt Nigeria, you dehumanised its citizens, you denied Nigerians of a decent life, you denied children, women, men -old and young- an opportunity to live and thrive. You destroyed businesses, you took innocent lives, you destroyed the educational sector, you deprived the sick and infirm an opportunity to be nursed to health. You unjustly detained and imprisoned many. You encouraged violence where you couldn’t carry it out yourself. You created division through religious bigotry and ethnicity. Yourself, your family members , cronies and members of your cabal perpetrated untold corruption. You borrowed Nigeria back to the Stone Age! Your tenure and the souls you ruined, lives you wasted , opportunities you crushed will continue to hunt and haunt your till the end of time! #Revolutionnow”

Sundiata Post recalls that Buhari was also quoted as saying that he is can’t wait to hand over and return back to Daura and if they disturb him in Daura he will leave to Niger Republic.

Sowore also reminded him that there’s no hiding place for the wicked and that he must pay for his crimes against humanity.

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