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Nigerians bemoan Buhari’s never-ending blunders and question his mental fitness


Nigerians bemoan Buhari’s never-ending blunders and question his mental fitness

Nigerians have taken to the internet to bemoan yet another blunder by President Muhammadu Buhari where he commented that he assumed office in 2005.

Backstory: President Buhari made the gaffe while addressing a crowd in Ekiti State at the rally of the All Progressive Congress (APC) in Ekiti on Tuesday.

“I am very pleased the vice-president is here and the chairman of the National Economic Commission [sic] has told you in detail what we are doing, especially that affects your state,” he said. “I assure you what the minister of transportation said — Amaechi — because he’s in charge, he told you what we’re doing about the railways from Lagos to Kano through the states along the line; that we’re very conscious of the promises we made when came in 2005.”

Error after Error after Error: Buhari’s errors have become a frequent fixture of the current campaign season. Whether it is his inability to properly articulate responses to questions in his live townhall interview with Kadaria Ahmed or when he recently referred to the APC gubernatorial candidate in Delta state, as the “presidential candidate,” an error his critics attribute to a medical condition called dementia.

Memory loss or not, Nigerians have taken to social media, Twitter specifically, to call out the president and his handlers over the blunders.

Former Governor Ayo Fayose had this to say:

Additionally, a former aide to former President Goodluck Jonathan, Reno Omokri, had this to say:

Omokri also found another video where Buhari had made another blunder while in Ondo State. He shared the video while stating that Buhari belongs in a retirement home.

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