Kankara Boys: Buhari Govt Acted Better Than Jonathan’s – Femi Adesina
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Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, Femi Adesina, has said the regime of his principal, Muhammadu Buhari, acted quickly during Dapchi and Kankara abductions while the government of former President Goodluck Jonathan was tardy in its response to Chibok abduction.
Adesina stated this in a piece on Friday titled, ‘Enemies Of The Country Will Lose Las Las’. In the piece, Adesina compared the response of the two governments to the three major mass abduction of students that have rocked Nigeria.
While the Kankara (December 2020) and Dapchi (February 2018) abductions occurred during the Buhari regime, the Chibok abduction (April 2014) happened during the Jonathan administration.
Drawing comparison, the president’s aide wrote, “Now, while there are similitudes between Chibok, Dapchi, and Kankara, the significant difference is the response by the different governments in power.
When Chibok occurred, the then Goodluck Jonathan-led government demurred. They balked. They said no abduction happened, and that it was an attempt at negative propaganda by the then party in opposition, the All Progressives Congress, to get power.
Adesina said while Kankara boys were still in captivity, the #BringBackOurBoys had printed ten million T-Shirts and were warming up for a mass protest to remove the All Progressives Congress from power.
“God is interested in this entity called Nigeria. Most times, we live dangerously, but He always pulls us back from the edge of the brink.