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#EndSARS: Nigerians Compare Aisha And Patience

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By Emmanuel Adigwe

The campaign to end police brutality has turned into an opportunity for Nigerians to compare the actions and inactions of the country’s First Lady, Aisha Buhari as compared to her immediate predecessor, Mrs. Patience Jonathan.

GWG recalls that last weekend, calls intensified for the scrapping of SARS as video emerged where operatives of a police unit presumed to be that of SARS shooting at an unarmed man in Ugheli, Delta State.

This development sparked public outrage as many Nigerians decided to embark on protests to demand the end of SARS.

In the midst of the clamour, some Nigerians have observed the particular silence of the First Lady.

Many Nigerians have in reaction observed that her immediate predecessor despite her deficiency in communication would still have found a way to express herself to give a voice for or against the agitation.

GWG presents the views of some Nigerians as they took to Twitter to express their views.

Kelvin Odanz@MrOdanz wrote: “Have you also noticed how Aisha Buhari have been so quiet as if she is not in this country? That woman should be the most selfish first lady in the history of this country. Always silent until it is something that affects her personally.”

Mma@SeamstressMma wrote: “Thank you Kelvin for bringing this up. I remember some Nigerians mocking Patience Jonathan then for poor grammars, now we gotten ourselves an English teacher first lady that is selfish. He who pays the piper, dictates the tunes.”
Kelvin Odanz@MrOdanz wrote: “Have you also noticed how Aisha Buhari have been so quiet as if she is not in this country? That woman should be the most selfish first lady in the history of this country. Always silent until it is something that affects her personally.”

Dr. Lloyd@Hammerlloyd wrote: “Patience Jonathan would never be this silent.”

Goodness Adeosun @GoodnessAdeosun wrote: “I miss Patience Jonathan, That woman would have spoken by now unlike Aisha.”

Ayo Cheng I Sao@Karptein wrote: “Mama Patience Jonathan wouldn’t be silent like Aisha…”
Charles the 1st@9jaBloke wrote: “Don’t even get me started on the loquaciously egocentric @aishambuhari . As a mother, one expected that the brutalization of young Nigerians will resonate with. But nope. She only comes on here to whinge like a puppy only when it is about her. Aisha, you’re a disgrace!”

kc nwamama@thekelechiamadi wrote: “PATIENCE JONATHAN The one true First Lady.”

Wene Mighty.@unclechibuzo wrote: “i remember when we had a first lady that would see young nigerian blood being shed and would WEEP. LOUDLY AND ON AIR. they used to make fun of her accent.”

Chidozie Ogbuji@chidozieogbuji wrote: “None beats Patience Jonathan.”

B E N A I A H™@iambenaiah wrote: “I miss Former First lady Mrs Patience Jonathan.”

#TWICEASTALL@kvng_kac77 wrote: “@AishaBuhari would never say anything concerning #EndSARS or the #LagosProtestsAgain Expect when she’s clamouring for power in Aso Rock… Even Patience Jonathan would have said something by now.”

Thεό Abu@TheoAbuAgada wrote: “Aisha Buhari is silent. Very selfish woman. You will never hear her condemn or lend her voice to any issue that does not affect her personally.”

Muno@blackfynboi wrote: “At least now we can appreciate Patience Jonathan for all she did.”

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