"They're angry they lost in 2015" - Presidency reacts to Tuface proposed protest | Nigeria News Today. Your online Nigerian Newspaper f

Senior Special Assistant to President Muhammadu Buhari on Media and Publicity, Femi Adesina, has said that Tuface Idibia and others planning the anti-government protest in February are still angry with the outcome of the 2015 elections.

Speaking in an interview with Lagos Talk 91.3fm, Adesina, said those who are calling for the protest are people who supported the last government and are still pained that they lost the last election.

"This is a country of about 180 million people. It is impossible for 180 million people to think the same way. Yoruba has a saying that is you all sleep and put your head in the same direction, then you are all foolish because you would be breathing in one another's mouth and lungs. Dont forget the last election and how it went. Somebody scored 12.5 million votes, another scored about 15 million votes. There are some people who are still in that election mode.

''They have not gotten out of it and till today, they are still living and "rheumatisizing" about the past. What they don't know is that that past is gone and gone forever. Majority of those calling for the protest are still in election mode. Majority of them are people that have resolved not to see anything good in this administration simply because the man they wanted lost at the polls," he said

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  1. Mr ade siner is not a crim to protest, allow Nigerians to air their feelings

  2. Are I thought u are educated and how u claimed to be protecting the interest of the common man has been deleted in u. What nonsense are u talking abt. Everything has doubled to 100%.And u expect all to keep quiet. Us dollar now is 505 to #1.i am a die hard APC but i must protest this time bc its still biting harder

  3. Adeshina is just doing the bidding of his evil father for a plate of rice, please ignore him because the day he leaves the job, he will tell you he was just doing his work. Mumu!!!


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