Why some religious leaders, journalists are ganging up against Buhari - Keyamo

Why some religious leaders, journalists are ganging up against Buhari - Keyamo

- Festus Keyamo, a renowned legal practitioner, has alleged that there is a gang up against President Muhammadu Buhari

- Keyamo alleged that the gang comprises some religious leaders, technocrats and journalist with ulterior motives

- He said that such persons misinterpret the country's constitution in a bid to achieve their selfish objectives and mislead Nigerians

A well-known Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN) who is also the director of strategic communications of President Muhammadu Buhari campaign organisation, Festus Keyamo, on Friday, September 7, alleged that there is a conspiracy against the number citizen of Nigeria.

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Keyamo, on his Twitter page, said that the gang up against the president is orchestrated by some ill-willed religious leader, professionals, and even journalists who intentionally misinterpret the Nigerian constitution in a bid to mislead well-meaning Nigerians.

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The SAN further said that most of these schemers oppose President Buhari not because of his administrative policies, but only in consideration of what is in the offing for them.

Meanwhile, NAIJ.com reported that Keyamo on Thursday, August 23, declared that no president, since 1999, has touched the lives of the poor and vulnerable Nigerians than his boss.

Keyamo, a Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN) made this known in Ilorin at the inauguration of Buhari/Osinbajo project 2019.

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Source: Naija.ng

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