Where Is Your President? CNN Asks Nigerians In A GPS Challenge


American news organize, CNN, has ridiculed Nigeria, asking where is President Muhammadu Buhari. 

The Nigerian president has not been in the nation for more than two months and the news TV in an inquiry on its site on Sunday solicited which "head from state from which nation has not set foot in his country in more than two months?" 


The joke came in the most recent release of CNN's "The Worldwide Open Square (GPS)" indicate secured by Fareed Zakaria. In a clear joke of Nigeria and her Leader Muhammadu Buhari, CNN, on its program showed at 4:59pm nearby time on Sunday, asked,"The head of state from which nation has not set foot in his country in more than two months?" 

It proceeded to tick an alternative with the name Nigeria as the right answer. The alternatives were given as Saudi Arabia, Cuba, Nigeria and Syria. A screenshot of the joke tweeted by Chidi Odinkalu, Previous Director of the National Human Rights Commission asked What do you say Nigerians? 

Review that President Muhammadu Buhari has been in London since May 7 on a therapeutic development. Some political designations including the Acting President, Teacher Yemi Osinbajo have been going to President Buhari in London and have revealed to Nigerians that the president is doing fine and dandy and will soon come back to proceed with his presidential obligations.
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