Ohanaeze replies Adesina: Azikiwe, Awolowo, others incomparable to Buhari by any standards

The Apex Igbo Socio-Cultural Group, Ohanaeze Ndigbo Worldwide has idolized the immeasurable contributions and legacies left behind by past leaders like Dr Nnamdi Azikwe, Obafemi Awolowo, and others who worked with uncommon patriotism and selflessly to build a viable nation that functions,

Ohanaeze argued that their efforts made the international community concede that Nigeria remained Africa’s Pride in all ramifications,

“Azikwe, Awolowo, and others had paid their dues for the country without resorting to nepotism, foreign loans, abuse of power and ineptitude leadership as witnessed by Nigerians since 2015, and therefore should be accorded with some respect”.

Yes, Femi Adesina was right because Buhari is greater than Azikwe and Awolowo. After all, under his boss, Nigeria entered into recession twice, under Buhari Nigeria became the world’s headquarters of poverty, ” unlike Azikwe and Awolowo that was fascinated with issues of good quality policies that boosted the standards of living of Nigerians in the early ’60s, which nourished the unity of the country and offered free education to the southwest, Buhari is surrounded by praise troubadours that helplessly watched Nigeria divided along ethnic and religious lines”.

The Presidential spokesman Femi Adesina might be afraid of the entrance of Femi Fani Kayode into the mainstream Party, as the latter might be a terrific replacement for his job and the best way to get hold of his office is to poke fun at President Buhari with sycophantic fallacies.

“For the records, President Buhari might be unique and extraordinary in his career and lifestyle, but comparing him with Azikwe and Awolowo is like comparing IDI AMIN DADA of Uganda to Britain’s Wilson Churchill, Azikwe and Awolowo are the progenitors of the nation”.

Mazi Okechukwu Isiguzoro
Ohanaeze Ndigbo Worldwide

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