Buhari’s Old Tweets That Have Aged Like Fried Rice

August 2, 2022

No one knows tomorrow, but Nigerian politicians are fond of talking like they have a crystal ball and know how the future plays out. As long as the goal is to get them into office, they can use mouth to build an ocean in the middle of the desert or command $1 to be the same as ₦1.

Buhari tweets.

This is the case of Muhammadu Buhari before he became president and his tweets that have aged as well as fried rice.

An important question in 2015 and 2022

Buhari tweets.

After seven years of Buhari, Nigerians can still be attacked travelling by road, rail, or air.

Bubs, we’re also begging

The unemployment rate was 6.4% at the end of 2014 but is now 33% after seven years of Buhari.

Buhari tweets.

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Incompetence Pro Max

Buhari tweets.

This was tweeted by a man who, years later, can throw a dinner party in the thick of a national tragedy.

Fuel queues yesterday, today and forever

Those fuel queues haven’t disappeared. If anything, they’ve worsened dramatically.

Laughs in subsequent medical issues

Went on to spend over 200 days abroad on medical leave.

Who is Boko Haram?

Buhari tweets.

Buhari has gone on to claim many victories over Boko Haram even though nearly 100 Chibok girls are still missing.

The more things change…

This is even more valid in 2022 than it was in 2015. After seven years of the tweet’s author being in charge, death tolls have only skyrocketed. But we can agree with Buhari on one thing: Nigerians do deserve better.

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