Hours after the Chief of Staff to President Buhari;Abba Kyari flew to London to meet President Buhari for the signing of the amended Deep Offshore Act, Nigerians have taken to Twitter to slam the Chief of staff for such crude act.
According to their various reactions on Twitter, many users feel sad that why the waste of resources when the President is only two weeks away while others feel it is a complete disregard for the vide President, Yemi Osinbajo.
See all the social media reactions below…..
Abba Kyari flew to London to give @MBuhari a piece of paper to sign.
I thought there is a VP?
— Mr Integrity (@Intergrity56) November 4, 2019
The manner Abba Kyari flew to London to present a bill to President Buhari for signing shows some sort of desperation.
Why the haste in signing of the bill when the President will only be away for 2 weeks?
What is the content of the amended portion of the bill?
— Henry O (@onos_147) November 4, 2019
Nigerians can talk shaaaa 😂😂😂😂
Now it’s Abba kyari that is your problem. Sowore is still in chains and you can only talk.
What a shame! I need to be out of this space ASAP
— BigManFriend (@Mr_young_alhaji) November 5, 2019
The President is in London on a private visit, he didn't transfer power to his deputy. Abba Kyari travels all the way to London at Nigeria's expense just to give a piece of paper to the President to sign! Does that mean every memo will have to be taken to London…
— Olaoluwa Oyerinde (@OlaoluwaOyerin1) November 4, 2019
Why on earth would overzealous (oversabi) Malam Abba Kyari board an aircraft (highly likely with tax payers money) to London for the President (who is on a private leave) to sign a bill into law while fully knowing that the VP is around. Total disregard and disrespect to the VP.
— I AM THE CHOSEN ONE (@sadiqabubakr) November 4, 2019
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