Adesina made this comparison in his weekly article posted on his Facebook page, while reacting to criticisms against the Buhari government.
He claimed that politicians and other Nigerians who lost in the 2019 presidential election were bent on tarnishing Buhari’s image by igniting the recent spike of insecurity across the country.
“Don’t asphyxiate us, let us breathe. Remove your knees from the neck of Nigeria, and let the country be. What do we owe you, that you make it seem we must never have peace?
“That was the sum total of the caution given early this week by the Department of State Services (DSS) on the state of the nation.
“Nigeria is currently undergoing severe security challenges, but rather than team up with government and security agencies to find solutions, some past and present political leaders, disgruntled religious leaders, and ethnic champions are in cahoots, to exacerbate the situation.
“They are plotting to hold conferences, which would pass vote of no confidence in President Muhammadu Buhari, a man they so much love to hate.
“These agent provocateurs were the first to sow the seed of evil, disharmony and suspicion in the country, through the war of tongues they have deployed against the government of the day for many years.
“In their estimation, nothing good is happening in the country, except killings and bloodshed. And the only way out, in their narrow minds, is a removal of the constitutional order,” the statement partly reads.
Adesina then proceeded to make a comparison of a dangling pair of the sexual organs of an animal and a woman, while slamming Buhari’s critics, which he said included religious and political leaders.
“These political, religious and ethnic leaders should please get their knees off the necks of Nigerians, and they should let us breathe.
“They have arrogated too much influence and authority to themselves, while not knowing that they are mere paper tigers. Nigeria is bigger than them, and the country will survive.
“As I often say, this country is like the testicles of a ram, which gyrates from side to side, as the animal runs.
“However fast the speed of the ram, have you ever seen the testicles fall off? Or when a woman runs, and holds her breasts, is it for fear that those tender parts will fall off? It never happens.
“No matter what they do or say, irrespective of their machinations, Nigeria will survive. And peace, flowing like a river, shall return to this land,” he said.
KanyiDaily recalls that Femi Adesina had said Nigerians are lucky to have a President like Buhari who is performing well, despite the contrary opinions held by many critics.