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Good things happen when Buhari is not around – Nigerians react on Twitter

Nigerians on twitter have reacted to the Acting President Yemi Osinbajo’s order to the Inspector-General of Police (IGP), Ibrahim Idris, to overhaul Police unit, the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS). And some claim good things happen when Buhari is not around.

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Good things happen when Buhari is not around – Nigerians react on Twitter

This was made known in a statement issued by the Acting President’s spokesman, Laolu Akande.

Osinbajo, at a forum in June 2018, disclosed that President Buhari was concerned with the operations of SARS and had already ordered a review of the unit.

As expected, the directive has sparked a lot of reactions on social media.

Some Nigerians have hailed Osinbajo for the directive while some have asked the Acting President to forgive them for abusing him.

So far, the reactions on Twitter show that the Acting President’s order is a welcome development.

Some users even called on the President to remain in London permanently.

See reactions below:

I have insulted you several times make I no lie !!! But for this SARS matta its a must that I say I am very sorry sir !! Oya tell them for ASO Rock to give you two bottle of coke on me .. I know say u no deh drink beer , God bless you

Does it mean that it’s only when @MBuhari is not around that we get to see real governance?
The difference between @ProfOsinbajo admin and @MBuhari admin is just too glaring.
Perhaps the old man should remain in London, let’s see how much we can save of this country.

 

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