- Chief Edwin Clark has berated US president, Donald Trump for insulting president Buhari
- He said Trump lacks the rights to make such a derogatory comment on the Nigerian leader
- He admonished president Buhari to be more sensitive to his people irrespective of tribe
Chief Edwin Clark, a former Peoples Democratic Party (PDP)'s chieftain, has berated the president of the United States, Donald Trump, over his recent comment on his African counterpart, President Muhamadu Buhari.
Recall that the Nigerian president was described 'lifeless' by president Trump. The south-south leader, reacting to the statement while speaking with Vanguard newspaper, scolded the US president.
Clark said Trump lacks the moral right to make such a derogatory statement on Buhari who was his visitor in April, 2018.
NAIJ.com gathers that the former chairman of Board of Trustee of former ruling party, PDP, therefore urged Nigerians to rise and defend their leader.
He, however, admonished president Buhari to get himself engaged in behaviours that portray him in good light, and as a president of the country, not a president of north region alone.
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Meanwhile, NAIJ.com previously reported that the Buhari Media Organisation (BMO) on Monday, August 27, declared that the Nigerian president is fit and capable to govern the country beyond 2019 as against claims linked to his United States of American counterpart that he is ‘lifeless’.
The group further stated that such derogatory statements and impression will not distract president Buhari from achieving the best for the country.
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