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When Osinbajo gives instruction, some people run to Buhari in London, Jibrin

Suspended member of the House of Representatives, Hon. Abdulmumin Jibrin, says there may be cracks in government if “some people” start questioning the instructions of Acting President Yemi Osinbajo.

 

In a series of tweets he released, on Monday, Jibrin said some people run to see President Muhammadu Buhari in London to ask if he agrees with instructions given by Osinbajo.

 

He advised Buhari to trust the decisions of his deputy “because it would make him more effective”.

 

Below are some of the tweets:

 

Abdulmumin Jibrin œ” @AbdulAbmJ

 

1-I know that VP Osinbajo will come under subterranean attacks and his crime is he has no corruption allegations on him like others 1-13

 

12:15 PM – 20 Feb 2017

 

Abdulmumin Jibrin œ” @AbdulAbmJ

 

1-I know that VP Osinbajo will come under subterranean attacks and his crime is he has no corruption allegations on him like others 1-13

 

Abdulmumin Jibrin œ” @AbdulAbmJ

 

2-VP Osinbajo has carried on with grace and dignity building a momentum that the country can cash in and accelerate to regain lost mileage

 

2h

 

Abdulmumin Jibrin œ” @AbdulAbmJ

 

2-VP Osinbajo has carried on with grace and dignity building a momentum that the country can cash in and accelerate to regain lost mileage

 

Abdulmumin Jibrin œ” @AbdulAbmJ

 

3-we must repel primordial interests promoted by some selfish people who are planting stories of fear&instability where there should be non

 

Abdulmumin Jibrin œ” @AbdulAbmJ

 

6- Or Speaker dies, senators and members elect new ones. If a member dies, by election is conducted. So why the panic? Evil ones are at work

 

Abdulmumin Jibrin œ” @AbdulAbmJ

 

7-We should pray for quick recovery of PMB but shift our attention to governance of our country, hold on our institutions and constitution

 

Abdulmumin Jibrin œ” @AbdulAbmJ

 

7-We should pray for quick recovery of PMB but shift our attention to governance of our country, hold on our institutions and constitution

 

Abdulmumin Jibrin œ” @AbdulAbmJ

 

8-I do not believe that there is anybody in this govt that wants success for it more than the VP…PMB must beware of divisive elements

 

Abdulmumin Jibrin œ” @AbdulAbmJ

 

8-I do not believe that there is anybody in this govt that wants success for it morethan the VP…PMB must beware of divisive elements

 

Abdulmumin Jibrin œ” @AbdulAbmJ

 

9-When Osinbajo gives instruction and you have people running to London to ask PMB if that is what he wants, you may start having cracks

 

Abdulmumin Jibrin œ” @AbdulAbmJ

 

9-When Osinbajo gives instruction and you have people running to London to ask PMB if that is what he wants, you may start having cracks

 

Abdulmumin Jibrin œ” @AbdulAbmJ

 

10-My advice to PMB is to rely strongly on his VP&refer all issues and persons to him until he resumes.This will make the VP more effective.

 

Buhari transferred power to Osinbajo before he went on vacation in the UK on January 19.wp_posts

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