‘Buhari Is The Blamer-In-Chief, An Expert At Shifting Cultivation Of Blames’
An associate professor at the Kennesaw State University, Georgia, United States, an author and columnist, Farooq Kperogi, has described President Muhammadu Buhari as an “expert at shifting cultivation of blames”, saying the President has spent close to four years in office blaming other people for his alleged failures.
Kperogi, who writes a column for Tribune newspaper, was reacting to a recent excuse President Buhari gave for the “slow” pace at which his administration’s anti-corruption fight was moving.
“It’s not Baba (Buhari) that is slow but it is the system… So, I am going by this system and I hope we will make it,” the President was quoted to have told the Federal Capital Territory Community who paid him a courtesy visit on Christmas day.
Reacting to Buhari’s statement, the associate professor described the President as the “ultimate blamer-in-chief”
Kperogi said, “So the system forced you (Buhari) to wait 6 months to appoint ministers and to not appoint ministers who resigned? It made you wait 3 years to constitute governing boards? Several are still unfilled. The system made you not to prosecute Babachir, etc? The system made you disobey court orders?
“Buhari is the ultimate blamer-in-chief. After his election at 73, he blamed his age for his slow start. At 74 and 75, he blamed Goodluck Jonathan & “16 years of PDP misrule.” At 76, he has shifted the blame to the “system.” The man is an expert at shifting cultivation of blames.”