Our Tragedies Should Not Be The Wish Of Ghana – Shehu Sani Tackles Akufo Addo
Former Kaduna Senator, Shehu Sani has reacted to the statement credited to Ghana’s President, Akufo Addo that Nigeria’s outgoing president, Muhammadu Buhari will be missed by many.
Recall that Addo, who recently spoke during the unveiling of two books written on Buhari’s legacies at the Presidential Villa, Abuja, said the world would miss the ex-military ruler’s leadership qualities when he leaves office.
Buhari will hand over to Bola Tinubu as Nigeria’s new leader on May 29.
“As leaders, we all have our high and low moments, but I have no doubt that posterity will be kind to Muhammadu Buhari.
“President Buhari, we will miss you. West Africa, Africa, and indeed, the world will miss your leadership. The leadership of a military ruler turned consummate democrat who was extremely solicitous of Nigeria’s and Africa’s interests and who sought principles in all decisions which he took,” the Ghanaian leader stated.
In a tweet on his official twitter handle, Shehu Sani listed unpleasant statistics
Of the Buhari-era which are related to deaths, displacements and kidnappings to drive home his point that it was not for the Ghana president to tell whether or not Buhari will be missed.
Sani wrote, “We have over 63 thousand people slaughtered, 3.6 million displaced,11,536 schools closed, tens of thousands kidnapped for ransoms, and Ghanaian President Akufo Addo is saying West Africa will miss President Buhari for bringing peace. Our tragedies should not be the wish of Ghana.”
We have over 63 thousand people slaughtered,3.6 million displaced,11,536 schools closed,tens of thousands kidnapped for ransoms,and Ghanaian President Akufo Addo is saying West Africa will miss President Buhari for bringing peace.Our tragedies should not be the wish of Ghana.
— Senator Shehu Sani (@ShehuSani) May 24, 2023
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