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Mixed reactions have trailed the statement released by President Muhammadu Buhari in the aftermath of the defection of some lawmakers from the ruling party, All Progressives Congress to the Peoples Democratic Congress on Tuesday.

In the statement that was shared on his Twitter handle, President Buhari wished the defecting lawmakers the best in their future undertakings, even as he revealed that the party made attempts to solve whatever grievances they may have.

Since he tweeted, Nigerians on Twitter have been sharing their own opinions on the defection as well as Buhari’s reaction to it.

Read tweets below:


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  1. Nigerians should tell PMB the true meaning of Democracy.He blatantly repeatedly refused court orders and his cohorts like Lai Mohammed,Oshiomole and Lauretta refused to advice him.Nigerians are saying NO,never again will cows be valued more than human beings.We are not all Fulanis and never shall we be,we do not know that your cows are more important to you Fulanis than human beings that were created in the likeness of God.

    1. Nobody, even the Fulanis that says cow are more important than human being.
      If you care to listen, i will tell you that, the way an Ibo man shop/business is dear to him, the same way the cow is to Fulanis. If you touch their cows they will ask why and if they cannot find justice and fight ensue, killings will follow. This is the same anywhere. Even if it is chocolate, talk less of a hen, as far as it result to fight, killings can result. The Ibos that can kill because of business, is business also more than human being? Be wise and let the political killings stop.

  2. What we are experiencing right now in our beloved country is a total failure of governance. Our leaders have failed the people. We must all brace up for anarchy borne out of sheer incompetence of our leaders to truly and honestly lead.


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