A former Chairman of the House of Representatives Committee on Appropriation, Abdulmumin Jibrin, on Friday, asked President Muhammadu Buhari to resign.
Jibrin’s call is coming a day after he questioned President Buhari’s “inaction” following recent face-off between the Senate and the executive, and hours after the presidency announced he [Buhari] would be travelling abroad for further medical treatment.
In series of tweets, the controversial senator, said the president should resign because of his health, which has left many of his supporters worried.
“PMB, TIME TO LET GO: So many issues are left unattended even small issues that a presidential cough can deal with are left hanging 1-30
“Supporters are worried, understandably resorting to grumbling in hush voices while keeping bold faces and holding on to hope and prayers.
“The govt has so many soft target for internal and external opposition to feast. We must tell ourselves the truth rather than live in denial
“At PMB’s age, working actively for over 50 years, even without his present health condition, his capacity will be greatly challenged.
“Mr president himself admitted that he has never been this sick in his entire life which makes the entire scenario really worrisome.
“Then we are reminded everyday that PMB will travel abroad again to attend to his health as if it is just normal and we should celebrate?
“I believe that the combination of these two factors of his age and health situation has slowed down the pace of PMB and the APC govt
“This has become clearly noticeable because it is a time that the country is expected to be on auto cruise in dealing with its challenges
“bearing in mind that the present APC government is fast running out of time yet things continue to go even slower, slower and slower!
“The more PMB appears on camera, the more the narrative of his health situation takes the center stage and the uncertainly it creates.”
Source: Punch News
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