Nigerians Knock Buhari, Aviation Minister Over ‘Swag’

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Minister of Aviation, Hadi Sirika a few days ago shared a photo of the President, Muhammadu Buhari in Ethiopia.

According to the minister, the president who was in Ethiopia at the time was in a meeting with Nigerians in the country.

Sirika, who took to his Twitter handle, shared a photo of the president, and said Buhari was attentively listening to the Nigerian community in Ethiopia.

He wrote: “Mr President listening to Nigerians in Ethiopia. The attentiveness, the swagger.”

The caption to the image stirred serious reactions among Nigerians on Twitter as they took turns to backlash the president and the minister.

Many who commented said they’d prefer the president shows that kind of attention to the insecurity in the country.

Others even opined that the president may look like he has been listening but wouldn’t be able to recall a thing said at the meeting.

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