Buhari is in the oven again, and this time, there’s a crate in the background, with an unconscious man in it.
Nigerians were on their own when Buhari went and granted The Telegraph UK an interview.
Nigerians, with Senator Ben Bruce at the head of the pack, went on a ‘rantage’ with the hashtag, #IAmANigerianNotACriminal
Making reference to Buhari’s mention of human trafficking, some people even dug out Buhari’s crate, the one where his agents tried to ‘kidnap’ Umaru Dikko (you know that story, don’t you?) and send back to Nigeria for trial.
We guess Baba will just be forming Jega at the moment.
But what exactly did he tell the Telegraph?
”Some Nigerians’ claim is that life is too difficult back home. But they have also made it difficult for Europeans and Americans to accept them because of the number of Nigerians in prisons around the world accused of drug trafficking or human trafficking.
I don’t think Nigerians have anybody to blame. They can remain at home, where their services are required to rebuild the country. We have an image problem abroad and we are on our way to salvage that.”
Some people think there might be some truth to it.
They believe Buhari was dropping a pill so hard to swallow, considering Nigeria is a country amass with “princes who want you to inherit their money” and people who fall in love with lonely white women. Lets not forget the vibrant ashawo industry in Europe.
On the other end, Nigerians are some of the best educated people in the diaspora, making up the most educated Africans in the US and the UK.
Our question is this: