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Buhari Discusses Nigeria’s Future During the Presidential Media Chat – Watch LIVE

Moremi Elekwachi

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Moremi Elekwachi is a Media and Communications expert. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism from the University of Georgia, and a Master’s Degree in Communication Management (with a concentration in Marketing communication) from the University of Southern California.She is Founder and Lead Publicist at Euphorique PR, a leading full-service Public Relations & Marketing Communications company that helps individuals, companies and public figures effectively communicate, engage, and build relationships with their target audiences & stakeholders via digital media and traditional media platforms.Prior to establishing Euphorique PR, Moremi gathered a wealth of experience, working at prestigious media companies both at home and abroad including Wondros (Los Angeles, CA), Wildflower PR, and also BellaNaija, where she served as News Editor & Head of Business Development.Moremi is also the founder of www.queenmoremi.com, a fresh platform dedicated to empowering and celebrating the modern African millennial woman, as she strives to live her best life.In her spare time, she loves to write, gossip about popular culture, and sing her heart out.@queenmoremi: Twitter@queenmoremi: Facebook @queenmoremi: Instagram

8 Comments

  1. Asa!

    December 30, 2015 at 9:04 pm

    I wish I could understand what’s going on there. I’m listening to it on radio and I think I need an interpreter.

  2. ElessarisElendil

    December 30, 2015 at 9:14 pm

    So we can all agree he did well putting government’s view on the issues across. Time to put all the illiterate jibes to bed now. Though in my opinion, the journalists were lobbing softballs.

  3. Me

    December 30, 2015 at 9:14 pm

    “It takes two to tango”……Our babas favourite phrase ?

  4. fan

    December 30, 2015 at 9:36 pm

    I had to increase the volume of my TV set to understand this man,still I could get him right.They would tried to subtitle,he speaks like a toddler.

    • Californiabawlar

      December 30, 2015 at 11:13 pm

      You would try tried to write better English? Or you will tried to remove the owu elepo (palm oil soaked cottonballs) from your ears?

  5. fan

    December 30, 2015 at 9:38 pm

    *couldn’t

  6. nene+

    December 31, 2015 at 7:34 am

    President supporting flouting court order via DSS is equal to mob justice in Aluu,Badagry and regularly on the streets who flout police order to release mob victims. Dasuki, Akpobolokemi ,Kanu.

    Now when we call Buhari is not obeying court order, people ask is he DSS? Now you know who DSS is working for.
    Executive disobeying the Judiciary…………

    I should tell Buhari people who are corrupt in his cabinet. He hasn’t seen a single corrupt man or woman in APC uptill now?
    His economic direction is in the dark and very dark!
    No vision at all as regards that. He is out of tune. What does Ms Adeosun say to him at FEC meetings or she can’t convince Baba?

    President please make peace your priority, Shites and Kanu matters should not escalate further! Your responses for both were very poor if you want to keep Nigeria together.

    It takes a great man to make peace! Listening to agitation is key especially when it’s non violent! No non violent agitator deserves death!

  7. baby geh sipping tea

    December 31, 2015 at 7:41 am

    after watching this I’ve picked up a few things –
    1. it appears the president does not understand much about the economy, we can excuse him on the basis that he is not a trained economist HOWEVER it appears that the CBN governor isn’t independent in decision making. it is not for a president to decide if he personally likes devaluation or not. this is a decision left to fiscal/monetary regulators.

    2.it appears that we are in a pseudo-democracy (or maybe PMB is still confused about what the rule of law is) IT IS NOT FOR THE EXECUTIVE TO CHOOSE WHAT VALID ORDERS OF THE COURT WILL BE FOLLOWED. His comments on bail orders being flouted by his administration should leave people worried. it makes author mockery of the rule of law, doctrine of separation of powers & checks and balances characteristic of a democratic presidential system.

    3. optics- the president appears to have express more bile towards dasuki and kanu than he does towards boko haram. this was MY OWN PERCEPTION. we perceive differently….

    4. His comments on the Shia betray his position. he wonders how people can form a “state within a state” for a long time……prior to the elections, he and el-rufai had openly visited zakzaky to solicit for votes and support. I wonder what changed.

    5. there were many distention positions- on one hand he says he will uphold the constitution, on the other hand he issues bail granted by a constitutionally empowered court. he says a person perceived to be corrupt is guilty until proven innocent- this position is the inverse of the core principle of criminal law that an accused is innocent until proven guilty….

    6. His frequent references to 1984 I found scary. my historybooks say it was a repressive regime with sub par economic policies.

    Has anyone read Animal Farm (again) recently? isn’t George Orwell pure genius…okay I exaggerate…maybe a prophet?

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