THE OTHER SIDE OF BUHARI NIGERIANS DON'T KNOW - Femi Adesina's Documentary Reveals - News Proof

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Sunday, 24 December 2017

THE OTHER SIDE OF BUHARI NIGERIANS DON'T KNOW - Femi Adesina's Documentary Reveals

President Muhammadu Buhari
The Media and Publicity department of the State House has put together a 55-minute documentary on President Muhammadu Buhari.

Entitled, The Human Side of President Buhari, the documentary portrays the President in a light that majority of Nigerians have not seen him.

It is made up of interviews from close aides of the President and some others who have worked closely with him, carefully put together to show a side of the President that many would love to see.

This documentary will air on the Network Service of the Nigerian Television Authority (NTA) on Sunday, December 24 and Tuesday December 26, 2017. It will also air on Channels Television on Monday, December 25, 2017 (Christmas Day) between 8 and 9pm on the days and stations mentioned.

The following are comments made by some close aides of President Muhammadu Buhari on thing most Nigerians do not know about the President

"He gives you things to do, and leaves you strictly to do those things. No interference at all, once he has confidence in you....And he cracks those jokes, and manages to still keep a straight face." -Vice President Yemi Osinbajo.

"He gave me some priority projects: Mokwa/Jebba road, Lagos/Ibadan Expressway, and Second Niger Bridge...He never appends his signature to anything, unless you've explained, and he understands it." Mr Babatune Raji Fashola, Minister of Power, Works and Housing.

"When we were in the opposition, you needed to see how we rolled on the floor in his living room, as we laughed. Of course, we can't do that again now." Mallam Nasir El-Rufai, Kaduna State governor.

"I wish I had his patience. He would listen to everybody, and then take a decision. He is a reformed democrat." Governor Ibikunle Amosun of Ogun State.

"How I wish Nigerians know his softer and accommodating side. Very jocular. But it is our duty to tell them." Abike Dabiri, Senior Special Assistant on Diaspora Matters.

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