The Federal Government of Nigeria has warn members of the public to Stop talking bad against President Muhammadu Buhari. Femi Adesina, Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, stated this in a statement in Abuja on Wednesday. He said that the disgruntled elements had been shopping for cheap online media that would serve as an accomplice in their nefarious act to bring down President Muhammadu Buhari government.
According to him, the game plan is to launch an orchestrated campaign of calumny in the days ahead, in which the president will be portrayed as a clone and also as someone who is not in charge of the country. He stated that this narrative started from a procured offshore medium by the instigators. He said: “Money and other attractive inducements are being dangled before the online media, and some of them are already complicit, cooking up stories with simplistic and unsubstantiated allegations, all to sow seeds of discord and discontent in the country.
“Nigerians are urged to be wary and discerning in what they consume as news and special reports from such online media, as they are in cahoots with agents of destabilization, seeking ultimate political gains.’’ Adesina, however, reassured Nigerians that the president would continue to be focused and single-minded in his determination to serve the country to the best of his ability, bringing change to different facets of our national life.
“This is already evident in infrastructure as seen in roads, rail, bridges, airports, and many other strides round the country. Agriculture is another worthy testimonial. “The fight against corruption, insecurity, and retooling of the economy also proceeds apace, and the Buhari Administration will not be distracted and will continue to serve with heart and might, irrespective of all the negativity,’’ he added.
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