If The President Is Dead, Stop Playing Games, Tell Us The Truth,” Femi Fani Kayode
A former Minister of Aviation in the country and opposition party, Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Chieftain, Femi Fani-Kayode has implied that the President, Muhammadu Buhari might be dead.
This comes following reports that the wife of the president and first lady, Aisha Buhari was denied access to her husband during her visit to him in the UK where he is receiving treatment.
Femi Fani-Kayode in the snippets of his latest article sent to news agency, DAILY POST questioned the presidency on the whereabouts of the president adding that he is sensing a cover up.
He said: “The Presidency has told us that Buhari has travelled out of the country yet no-one has seen pictures or footage of him going out of Nigeria or arriving in his preferred destination in a foreign land.
“Assuming that he really did travel out one wonders which country he was ferried to, whether he went there on his feet or on his back and whether he is presently on admission in a hospital or resides in a private or official residence.
“The Presidency claims that he is still alive and we sincerely hope that this is the case.
“Yet many have their doubts simply because it has been proved over and over again that the Federal Government are nothing but a nest of vipers and a brood of pernicious and pathological liars.
“Between the rulers and the ruled in Nigeria today there is no trust.
“Consequently we are under no obligation, given their compulsive and sociopathic affinity for mendacities and deceit, to believe anything that the Buhari administration or the Presidency tells us.
“The bottom line is this: if the President is dead, stop playing games, tell us the truth, bury him with dignity and let his soul rest in peace.
“If he is alive let us know exactly what has afflicted him, what his condition is, where he is, how he is doing and, most important of all, give us PROOF OF LIFE.”
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