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Buhari’s Die-hard Supporter Dumps Him After Bandits Abducted 5 Of His Brothers

Sirajo Saidu Sokoto, a fervent admirer of President Muhammadu Buhari, has reversed his position after five of his siblings were abducted by bandit terrorists.

According to Naija News, the citizen is now trending on social media after declaring that he has left President Muhammadu Buhari and is now a supporter of former Kano State Governor Rabiu Kwankwaso.

According to reports, Kwankwaso is a full-fledged member of the Peoples Democratic Party, or PDP.

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Sirajo dumps his support for President Buhari as bandits abducts his brothers

Sirajo, who had previously stated that he would never abandon President Muhammadu Buhari for whatever, took to Facebook on Wednesday evening to declare that he no longer has any dealings with the current government.

The netizen, who is known for assaulting critics of President Muhammadu Buhari and the All Progressives Congress (APC) on social media, said that he is ditching Buhari since no one helped him and his family raise the ransom demanded by the criminals.

Below is Saidu’s Facebook post that drew a lot of attention:

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Bandits kidnapped approximately 20 individuals in separate attacks on towns in Sokoto State’s Wurno Local Government Area on December 12.
Soon after the tragic news broke, Saidu took to Facebook to express his grief, revealing that five of his brothers were among the 20 residents kidnapped.

His post reads: “All the five men taken in our house are my brothers. The bandits didn’t kill anyone in our community but they took many people in that operation alone. We are waiting for them (bandits) to call for the ransom. Please include my brothers and other victims in your prayers.”

On Facebook, Saidu told his roughly 4,000 followers and over 5,000 pals in Hausa.

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Sirajo declares on Facebook that he no longer supports the Buhari Administration as a result of security issues that led to the abduction of his brothers

Following that, the former ‘Buharist’ posted on Facebook that the kidnappers had contacted the family and that family members had begun sending money to pay the ransom. He did not, however, specify the sum asked.

He wrote: “Today, being Wednesday, 29 of December 2021, I, Surajo Saidu Sokoto have dumped the Buhariyya (a Hausa coinage for Buhari supporters) team and have now joined the Kwankwasiya (a coinage for Me Kwankwaso) team. Because bandits abducted my five siblings and I posted it several times but we paid the ransom money and none of them helped me.”

Author: Editor

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