Esq., National Coordinator, Concerned Advocates for True Governance (CAGG), Olusegun Bamgbose, has faulted Femi Adesina, the Media Adviser to President Muhammadu Buhari for criticizing feeble President Olusegun Obasanjo.
Per Femi Adesina, Obasanjo is no longer innocent of the present insecurity impart as he contributed with his actions and inactions along side that he must aloof thoughts his utterances.
Bamgbose has stated that Adesina’s attack on Obasanjo is uncalled for and does no longer augur neatly for the Buhari administration.
Bamgbose stated: “When has it develop into a crime to designate peril for the wellbeing of his nation. Earlier than the 2015 Presidential elections, Femi Adesina became as soon as the utilization of the Day-to-day Solar to lambast Jonathan and educate Nigerians on the must say Buhari on board as President,”
“Reuben Abati who became as soon as Media Aide to Jonathan then by no formula for as soon as asked him to take care of restful. The same applied to when Buhari with others protested and asked Jonathan to resign for his incapacity to curb the wave of insecurity.
“Femi Adesina must aloof like identified that Obasanjo is a more neatly-grounded Nationalist than Buhari. He’s scheme more detribalized than Buhari.
“His administration became as soon as a hundred times better than that of Buhari. Obasanjo remains the excellent Nigeria President that created an enabling surroundings for the empowerment of youths.
“He brought in GSM that has helped in the utilization of and empowering millions of our youths in the country. Obasanjo is more dedicated to the cohesion of Nigeria than Buhari.
“Buhari obtained’t like had the opportunity of becoming the President without the tacit aid of Obasanjo. One will flee Buhari to warning his Aides.
“How feeble became as soon as Femi Adesina when the civil battle broke out in 1967 that he appears to be like to perceive more of what took jam? What gut did he must warning Obasanjo? Let him watch his utterances because his days are numbered in the Dispute Dwelling.”