After reading the interview granted by First Lady Aisha Buhari on BBC Hausa Service, I was tempted to conclude that this is what may have happened. She could have said the same things in a more delicately phrased manner. I have always held the view that anybody at all in a public position should be sent for media training (including how to deliver speeches, poise, pronunciation skills, even basic grammar lessons) before they are unleashed on a Nigerian public that has learnt to subject the lives of public officials to utmost scrutiny. The Aisha Buhari interview also fell short in this regard. She just gave the BBC Hausa service a scoop, which in my view has done more damage to her husband’s politics than good.
– Excerpt from Reuben Abati’s article.
Reuben Abati, special adviser to Goodluck Jonathan, the most gaffe-prone president our country has known, by many accounts?
Abati, spokesperson in Aso Rock at the time when Dame Patience Jonathan was degrading herself and Nigerians upandan, all over the place?
Hey God. These people think we are fools o.