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Nigerians Alive After Buhari’s 8 years’ Reign Of Terror And Deaths Should Be Issued A Certificate For Survival – Dino Melaye

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According to Dino Melaye, Nigerians who are alive after President Muhammadu Buhari’s 8-year tenure of terror and death, should be issued a certificate for survival.

The president has been under verbal attack since Tuesday over his comment threatening to deal with some elements in Southeast for allegedly attacking security operatives and government facilities in the region.

Buhari, while receiving briefing from the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, Chairman on the recent destruction of the commission’s properties in the Southeast, said those behind the attacks would soon receive the shock of their lives.

In his own reaction, the former lawmaker, citing the numerous challenges currently bedevilling the entire nation, said Nigerians who survive the current administration should be greeted with “happy survival”.

He made the remake on Wednesday via a post on his verified Facebook page.

The post reads, “Wallahi truly speaking after Buhari’s 8 years’ reign of terror and deaths. Nigerians that are still alive deserve a National certificate of survival.

“Greetings then will be Happy survival…..Aku great..Barka da survival….nde survival. SDM”.

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