In this article, we will be looking at the reaction of Nigerians after Femi Adesina revealed that President Buhari addressed Lekki Toll Gate issue,

Femi Adesina, is the special adviser on media and publicity to President Buhari. He was interviewed this evening by Seun Okinbaloye on Channels Television on the program, Politics Today. No doubt Seun Okinbaloye is a well respected Journalist and TV correspondent, he interviewed Femi Adesina with a good sense of professionalism, at a point it seemed Femi Adesina was a little bit frustrated as Seun Okinbaloye tried to get a direct answer from Femi Adesina.

One of the questions Seun Okinbaloye asked Femi Adesina, that we will be looking at in this article, was the on the incident that happened at Lekki, Seun told Femi that Nigerians were a bit disappointed that President Buhari didn’t talk on the Lekki Massacre issue, Femi replied Seun and told him that President Buhari talked on the issue, he said President Buhari talked on the International Community and both of them (Femi Adesina and Seun Okinbaloye) are fully aware that it was about the Lekki issue of which the International community made clear their stand and showed support to the #EndSars protesters.

Femi Adesina kept on insisting Buhari addressed the Lekki Toll Gate issue despite the pressure from Seun Okinbaloye, who from his own view, didn’t see President Buhari address the nation on the Lekki Toll Gate massacre, see the screenshots of the reactions from Nigerians below;

In my opinion, Buhariy speech on International community, didn’t necessarily mean President Buhari addressed the Lekki Toll Gate issue, what do you think?

After Buhari’s Speech, Oby Ezekwesili Send Strong Message To Nigerian Youth And What They Must Do

We all emotions were high yesterday after President Buhari finally addressed the country live for the first time in a while especially since this End SARS protest started and which has since seen some casualties with the most notable one was the one that happened at Lekki and the Oba of Lagos.

Ahead of him addressing the country, there were high hopes he was going to talk about what had happened in Lekki but he didn’t instead talked about the Oba of Lagos and the police officers issue. In case you missed it, here’s president Buhari’s full speech.

After this, Oby Ezekwesili who served as Minister of Education during the second-term presidency of Olusegun Obasanjo has a message for all Nigerian youths and what they must do especially after Buhari’s speech.

In a post she captioned via her Verified Twitter handle she said

“There’s one phrase young Nigerians use that exemplifies irrepressible Energy.

“We move!”

Yes, “You move!” 

This is really the mindset you all must have today, tomorrow, next and forever.

It is time to adjust your strategy but do not give up on your Vision to #EndSARS ✍🏾

For her, regardless of what happened yesterday, she urged the youth never to back down and continue to move with the same mindset.

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It is only God who can come down to rescue us, nobody or human power can save us except God’s intervention. The homicide and ill-treatment the residents of Nigerian are going through are outrageous. Things are certainly getting out of control.

Nevertheless, what everybody has been wishing for eventually happened yesterday when President Buhari eventually made a speech that has made everybody confused and speechless.

Few hours after Buhari’s speech, a prominent senator in Nigeria, Dino Melaye went officially to his Twitter page to declare something about Buhari’s speech.

He said:

“The speech from President Buhari has made me to be speechless, men I’m tired, it is suicidal to recommend Panadol for cancer patients”

A lot of Nigerians have reacted to Buhari’s speech, a lot of Nigerians have been stating their comments on it, but what actually is the meaning of Senator Dino Melaye’s statement which says “It Is Suicidal To Recommend Panadol For Cancer Patients?”

See the reactions from Nigerians below.