Mike Ozekhome Condemned The Comment From Presidency Over Rats Invasion

Mike Ozekhome (SAN)

Human rights lawyer, Mike Ozekhome [SAN] has on Tuesday reacted to the statement for the presidency, that President Muhammadu Buhari, will perform his duties for home, because rats invaded his office.

Ozekhome said, Nigeria has not gotten any better since the fight of corruption, the Buhari presidency had tolled with Nigerians saying it had never been this bad since amalgamation of Nigeria in 1914 by Lord Lugard of blessed memories.

He stated, “It is a very shameful and disgraceful statement that emanated from the presidency to the effect that PMB, after a whole 104 days abroad on medical grounds, cannot work from his office because of rats and rodents.

“So, a whole Julius Berger, the German construction giants has to be called in to drive them away and repaint the office!

“This statement further derides and shames Nigeria as a country. Why didn’t the same, or similar rodents pursue Obasanjo, Yar’ Adua, Jonathan during their presidency?

“There is another mini office at the villa quite different from the official resident and the main office. Let Buhari work from there. Let’s see our president working, not through still photo shopping. For how long will this government take the Nigerian citizens for a ride and for robots.

“Who told the image makers we are as brainless as they are? Don’t they know that lies have expiry date and that propaganda cannot substitute for image making? Goebel was a fantastic World War propagandists, but failed woefully as information minister.

“Let this opaque government of barefaced misinformation, lies, deceit and cluelessness know that its directionlessness and incapacity to govern are hurting this country badly.

“The economic is in horrific tatters, image bald-battered, security shattered, governance mangled and transparency and accountability interred. Nigeria is today more divided, more hate-inebriated, more crisis-ridden and more dangerous precipice-prone than ever before.

“Nigeria is today more derided, more excoriated and more corrupt than it has ever been. Nigeria has never had it so bad since her forced amalgamation on January 1, 1914, by imperious Lord Lugard and his wife Flora Lugard, “Ozekhome told Thisday.

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