WothappenSee What Dino Melaye Called Goodluck Jonathan at a Function That has People Talking
Its no longer surprising to anyone that Nigerians have become somewhat fed up with the Buhari led administration. So many people have called for him to step down from the position of president despite having 3 more years before his second tenure is completed.
It now seems that some people no longer recognise Muhammadu Buhari as president of the Republic of Nigeria. Dino Melaye, a former senator once representing Kogi West senatorial district posted a picture of him chilling with former president Goodluck Ebele Jonathan at a function.
While everything looked normal, it was his caption that caught the attention of Nigerians. He addressed Goodluck Jonathan as President Jonathan. He didn’t add ‘former’ or ‘ex’ while addressing him.
This had Nigerians confused as to whether the senator intentionally skipped the ‘former’ or he just made an error. Perhaps Dino Melaye sees Jonathan as the only president he knows. Some Nigerians were quick to correct him while other Nigerians agreed with him.
Many other Nigerians blasted Dino Melaye for being two faced after a photo of him wearing a shirt mocking Jonathan surfaced. The message on the shirt suggests that Goodluck Jonathan had failed the country and had gotten a score of F9 on matters like power, roads and security while getting A1 on corruption.
Dino Melaye himself is a politician known for controversy. He was known for his theatrics during his time as senator. He also faced many fraud charges from the government during that time.
This is coming at a time where the nation has once again criticised the Muhammadu Buhari administration for the kidnapping of unfortunate school children from a boarding school in Kastina state.
Many Nigerians believe that Goodluck’s administration was better than the Buhari regime. Following the problems that have ravaged the country since Buhari took over, it is not hard to see why many think that way.
Nigeria has descended into recession once again with the prices going up here and there. Insecurity is beginning to look like a serious problem once again. The Naira value keeps deprecating. No one can judge Nigerians who think they’ve had enough of this administration.