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In Response to Harsh Public Criticism, Buhari Holds Media Chat on Wednesday

President Muhammadu Buhari will hold his maiden media chat on Wednesday at the State House, Abuja.

Sources at Nigeria’s presidential villa said the chat, slated for 7pm, would be aired live on some television and radio stations as well as other platforms.

President Buhari has received harsh criticism lately due to his frequent patronage of foreign media since assumption of office on May 29 this year. On several occasions, the President made important policy statements during official engagements outside the country.

Public opinion has also recently criticised Buhari’s government over severe economic hardships currently plaguing the nation with the Naira recording its worst ever crash against the Dollar in Nigeria’s economic history amid nationwide fuel scarcity.

According to a source who did not want to be named, the media chat, it is hoped will help restore waning public confidence in Buhari’s government.

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  1. Enebechi ugwi

    December 29, 2015 at 10:10 pm

    president muhammed buhari seem to be on revenge mission in Nigeria,he is on verge of total destruction of the country with his reckles economic policy and actions,like instant effect treasory single accoun,disregard to court orders on several occasions thereby undermine the power of judicial arm of government and make mockery of the judiciaru and the judge esp.the jugdes and magistrate who made judgement regarding prince Nnamdi kanu accusation by sss.this acts clearly does not portray good andpurposeful leadership.

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