Nigerians react as President Buhari visits Mali to resolve the country’s political crisis

President Muhammadu Buhari is currently in Bamako, Republic of Mali, today, on a one-day visit to help find a lasting solution to the country’s political crisis.

Buhari is meeting with fellow ECOWAS leaders led by President Mahamadou Issoufou of Niger Republic for consultations towards finding a lasting solution to the political crisis in Mali.

Nigerians react as President Buhari visits Mali to resolve the country's political crisis

Nigerians have taken to their social media pages to react to this news being the Buhari’s first visit outside Nigeria, post-Coronavirus.

See some reactions below.

@WHEEZZY2010 wrote;

Ur own house is on fire and u going to another person’s house to quench their own fire? Are you serious like dis? This man thinks all is well in Nigeria sha

@Alexxsnoop wrote;

Soonest other ECOWAS leaders will be visiting Nigeria to mediate on our political & economic crisis! Nigeria is never a failed state rather we’ve been so unfortunate to have bunch of failures as leaders

@Gr8_khalid wrote;

I don’t know what is wrong with @MBuhari you have not finish addressing the in security the country you are traveling out to do what? I just don’t get it.

Jay Andrew @julius4eva wrote;

Nice one Mr president. Wish your excellency a safe trip back. Moreso sir, he should learn from there a lasting solution to the looting and insane looting of his cabinet here at home. So that when he returns by God’s grace it can only be better. Bros right now e rough die.

Henry Shield @henryshield wrote;

It takes minutes to get to either Zamfara, Kaduna, or Kastina. It takes hours to get to Mali. Buhari neglected those states with humans bleeding and corpses littering the streets to head to Mali. You people have to tell us the kind of human being you elected as President.

President Buhari’s Mali trip in the middle of a global pandemic proves he is deliberately ignoring the bleeding parts of the country he governs.

Malachy Odo II @MalachyOdo1 wrote;

I trust him to just go there, pose for photographs, say no meaningful words and head back to Abuja satisfied in his mind that he has resolved the crisis in Mali.

Ayemojubar @ayemojubar wrote;

Your country is 3rd on global terrorism index believe it or not. Buhari no send una, he’s old and doesn’t give a damn about reputation, we will carry the shame not him. Wherever we go around the world even Mali, they’ll treat us based on Down pointing backhand index list first before they see your CV.

https://twitter.com/ayemojubar/status/1286315831216005120

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Reno Omokri @renoomokri wrote;

The ironic thing is that according to the Global Terrorism Index, Nigeria is more insecure than Mali. Nigeria is the world’s 3rd most insecure nation. Mali is 13th. Who should be giving peace to who? Tell the agbaya to give Nigeria peace before giving it to Mali #BuhariTormentor

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