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EMPEROR BUHARI CUTTING COSTS| Blocks Aso Drive, Rides In Convoy of Over 30 Cars (Watch Video)

by on November 1, 2015
 

EXCLUSIVE

See video recording by an oppressed Nigerian who was forced to wait at Aso Drive road yesterday by security operatives who blocked the road & denied motorists passage for about 30 mins because President Muhammadu Buhari was using the link road to the villa. It is important to note that this road has no direct connection to Aso villa but just a link road.

The man who recorded the video repeatedly complained why security operatives blocked the road for over 30mins and also why the convoy of the president had to be so long. The video recording below shows more than 30 cars in the convoy of the president.

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No doubt, President Muhammadu Buhari is living an extravagant & ostentatious lifestyle but why then is he saying Nigeria is broke is the question on the lips of many Nigerians.

See video below:

https://youtu.be/1XjqZv7L1eM

By Omolara Adegoke – Abuja 

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  • akin sodimu
    November 1, 2015 at 2:54 pm

    Number one, Buhari is not an Emperor, he is the president of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. Two, The points and issues raised in this writeup and the video are meant to tarnish the good image of the President. Three, it is also meant to potray the president in bad light, so that public will see the president as someone who does not practise what he preaches, or someone who violates his own principles. Four, the video and the writeup were not done in good faith and fairness, infact, to hit the nail on the head, it is absolutely evil and condemnable, the public should ignore it as a worthless piece of paper that must be thrown inside the dustbin. Finally i guess the article might have been written by those who hate Buhari and who are also enemies of this Nation called Nigeria.

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    • uche
      November 1, 2015 at 4:47 pm

      Realy. Some people like u can not day the truth.

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    • pando
      November 1, 2015 at 5:57 pm

      Your attack on this writer is not objective. Your comment is biased and can not even acknowledged. Seems you are on a party line

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    • valentine
      November 1, 2015 at 6:35 pm

      Y must ‘hate buhari’ become a monotonous line of defence. We can all like him, point is ‘was d incident real/true or not, If yes ds it contravene Wht he preaches?
      If no then it’s pure propaganda which also has its place in democracy. Election shld tel u he ain’t loved by all, deal Wiv it

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    • WAZATEX
      November 2, 2015 at 9:43 am

      IF IT IS PRESIDENT JO. WOULD HAVE BEEN BAD TO U. BUT BCOS IT IS BUHARY NO PROBLEM. TIME SHALL TELL

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  • Ikem
    November 1, 2015 at 5:16 pm

    Yes,you see sycofants who called to start defending him even when you know the write up is true, bunch of deceivers.was he nt the same person preaching to cut cost & how broke Nigerian economy is now & still, he does nt want to stop deceiving himself, he better be sincer because we the people that voted for him are watching him with this his unending drama

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  • olumighty
    November 1, 2015 at 5:20 pm

    Crap talk! In case you never know,that’s the norm as it serves security purpose and so PMB should not be singled out just because you don’t like his face or you are blinded by religion and ethnicity. As for the convoy,who knows whether the vice-president,ministers designate,governors and others were in his convoy,and so you expect them to all be stucked in about 5 vehicles? Get busy please!

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  • rotimi
    November 1, 2015 at 9:51 pm

    Most of the cars in the presidential convoy don’t belong to the president. Aides and accomplices are usually in most of the other cars.

    For blocking the roads for long periods, I think this is most unfortunate but that’s what security operatives feel is the best way to protect their VIP. It’s been like that all along. I think this should be worked on and improved.

    On whether or not Pres Buhari is living extravagantly, I have no concrete information on that.

    rotimi

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  • gbola
    November 1, 2015 at 10:07 pm

    Nothing but nonsense write-up. To block the road or use many convoy is not new in this country. Sorry how many convoy does the Otueke man use during his tenure. You people should look for something better to do than spitting rubbish.

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  • akin sodimu
    November 1, 2015 at 10:19 pm

    I am not interested in abusing anyone, but we all know that in this advanced age of technology, videos and films could be altered in deception. my questions are these, where were the videos and pens of these people in july when PMB turned down an offer by the Fed.Govt to procure five new armoured mercedes Benz car for his security at the cost of four hundred million naira ? Nigerians should be honest and patriotic in whatever they are doing.

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  • NSIKAK EMMA
    November 1, 2015 at 11:35 pm

    The article and the video is the work of the PDPigs, so let’s not be fooled by their antics. Long Live the Fed Republic of Nigeria.

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    • chriz
      November 2, 2015 at 10:04 am

      Comment…nisikak i know u know d right thing to say,dey want to know the actual vehicle so as to do him harm.to me, let him use as many vehicle as he could.even an ordinary business morgan runs on more than 30 vehicle convoy it all for security reason cos the word never want anything of gud coming out successfully.

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  • Dicko
    November 2, 2015 at 1:02 am

    Well, I think the present security concerns must have caused the extension of the security coverage. Beyond that, it is a fake believe that the security of governmental personnel outweighs that of other nigerians. This concept allow the security apparatus beat their lawful bounds, which needs immediate correction. Note, we are i, democracy, not militocrazy. The size of a president’s cconvoy matters not bcos it could be joined bywell wishers and the purpose may warrant the size. The important thing to .me is upholding the true tenets of good governance. Not party wishes, payback time govt., not witch haunting. We.support self searching and genuine govt for Nigerians not for certain persons bcos they sponsored you or your party. Lead us, we elected you, but don’t rule us, you did not seize power.

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  • November 2, 2015 at 3:34 am

    its really unfortunate that we Nigerians instead of facing the fact to help build the nation we keep playing politics that will still keep us in perpetual suffering. honestly i voted for change but not deception attitude of apc right now. i thought buhary would ve restructure this nation for a better tomorrow but from what is going on right now his kitchen cabinet are deceiving him by passing wrong information to him and sabotaging him. to face the fact and be honest buhari do not have agender to govern this nation infact he has run out of ideas to move this country forward but is covering things up with his correction fighting mechanism. why cant he stay at one place and discuss with stakeholders in Nigeria so that solution can be given to him instead of baba travel abroad mechanism he is indulging on now?

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  • Henry
    November 2, 2015 at 5:39 am

    Shame on you for for accusing him of waste. The convoy is too short. If u were the president in these days of Boko haram I am sure you will only move about in helicopters or better still stay in the villa for fear of assassination. Get a life u haters.

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  • ATM
    November 2, 2015 at 6:40 am

    What is so special in this bunch of trash called write up? It’s politically inclined and motivated in order to tarnish the image of the President. From the accent of the recorder, he is an ethnic bigotry. He was even fortunate only to have waited for few minutes not hours. So Mr president has become an ordinary citizen in Nigeria just because he advocated for change without moving in convoy for official engagement. If anything goes wrong the same set of critics will still call him aboki and accuse him of negligence. I advice haters of PMB to be objective for once and stop the act of hallucinations.

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  • ogbuokebe
    November 2, 2015 at 6:57 am

    Comment…give dog a name and hang d dog,i dont knw what is wrong wit nigerian media,they cant just give an informative and educative journalism,president Buhari is our president so let him be,until he finish his tenure den we can assess him if d need be……abeg make una leave dis man alone make we enjoy d change we dey wait for long….Sai Buhari

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  • November 2, 2015 at 7:32 am

    Comment…my dear brother and sister, let us forget about the sentiment of party, nd religion as well. Forse speculation about somebody is nt good. Since buhari beom d president of federal republic of nigeria, we the nigeria soldier hv got our full rit to fiath boko haram with any kind of capacity wit hv. Let us try to appreciate wat god has don for us. Buhari is not living lif extravagantely. Pls forse speculation we nt take us to anywhere.

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  • Nasir Salahuddeen Rabiu Kayarda
    November 2, 2015 at 9:41 am

    @AKIN Tell them the truth they are just parasites and bunch of hater’s to PMB.

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  • November 2, 2015 at 9:45 am

    @Akin Sodimu, you’re talkin about PMB procuring five new armoured mercedes Benz cars on de month of july @ de cost of four hundred million naira(#400,000000) right? Wht cn u say about sen. Ben Ayade i mean de governor of cross river state dt bought six bullet prove Range Rover Vogue, bullet prove jaguar & bullet prove BMW @ de cost of #1.7billion naira. He also bought eight power bike triof dt cost about #8,million naira each dt he uses to disturb de populace in de state & causes road blockage in de state capitol & cross river state @ large. The worst part of Sen Ben Ayade de governor of cross river state is dt he keeps on making unnecesary noise disturbing us wit sirrings causing hold-up for 1hr 30min wit a large convoy of about fifty cars & yet he cnnt boost hm self of 1 single project. We shld try to keep ethnicity/tribalism aside to enable us move our dear country 9ja forward & stop discusing/condeming mr president for moving/blocking de road while passing bcos if it were to be u/me, we’ll stll do de same. Aftro our south-south man hv done de same while he was in Aso-Rock & we dn’t complain so why den shld we complain PMB is taking his own turn? I’m a CrossRiverian incase u dnt knw. LONG LIVE CROSS RIVER STATE! LONG LIVE THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA!! LONG LIVE HIS EXCELLENCY PRESIDENT MOHAMMADU BUHARI!!!

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  • November 2, 2015 at 9:53 am

    @Akin Sodimu, you’re talkin about PMB procuring five new armoured mercedes Benz cars on de month of july @ de cost of four hundred million naira(#400,000000) right? Wht cn u say about sen. Ben Ayade i mean de governor of cross river state dt bought six bullet prove Range Rover Vogue, bullet prove jaguar & bullet prove BMW @ de cost of #1.7billion naira. He also bought eight power bike triof dt cost about #8,million naira each dt he uses to disturb de populace in de state & causes road blockage in de state capitol & cross river state @ large. The worst part of Sen Ben Ayade de governor of cross river state is dt he keeps on making unnecesary noise disturbing us wit sirrings causing hold-up for 1hr 30min wit a large convoy of about fifty cars & yet he cnnt boost hm self of 1 single project. We shld try to keep ethnicity/tribalism aside to enable us move our dear country 9ja forward & stop discusing/condeming mr president for moving/blocking de road while passing bcos if it were to be u/me, we’ll stll do de same. Aftro our south-south man hv done de same while he was in Aso-Rock & we dn’t complain so why den shld we complain? PMB is taking his own turn. I’m a CrossRiverian incase u dnt knw. LONG LIVE CROSS RIVER STATE! LONG LIVE THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA!! LONG LIVE HIS EXCELLENCY PRESIDENT MOHAMMADU BUHARI!!!

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