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Thursday, January 26, 2017

FG Says Rumour Mongers Over Buhari's Health Will Be Dealt With



The Federal Government says the full wrath of the law will be brought to bear on the authors of subversive messages being circulated on the health of President Muhammadu Buhari.




The government said this in a statement issued on Wednesday in Abuja by the Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed.

“The source/sources of the fabricated messages are already being investigated and the authors should prepare to face the consequences of their actions,’’ the minister said.

According to Mohammed, the President is hale and hearty and there is no iota of truth in the subversive messages being circulated on his health.

He noted that there was no truth in the messages on the president’s health and the purported emergency meetings of state governors in Abuja or anywhere.

The minister urged Nigerians to disregard the messages being circulated via text messages and the social media, saying the fabricated messages were being orchestrated by those who felt threatened by the emerging order.

Mohammed noted that the naysayers had also resorted to the use of ethnicity and religion as tools to divide Nigerians, over-heat the polity, and cause panic among the citizenry.

“While opposition and criticism are all part of democracy, the crafting and circulation of subversive materials and scare-mongering are not.

“The emerging trend of resorting to destabilisation and scare-mongering is not unexpected, considering this government’s clamp-down on the corrupt elements in the society.’’

The minister said the scare mongering was because government had blocked all financial leaks, enthroned probity and transparency and derailed the gravy train of the looters of public treasury.

Mohammed said government would neither stifle press freedom nor abridge the citizens’ right to express themselves freely through constructive criticism or protests.

He, however, warned that “the security agencies will neither allow any resort to violence nor a willful subversion of the state for whatever reason’’.

NAN via thenews


55 comments:

  1. LOL! The kinda funny things I read this days though, most especially in this regime*phew*

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    1. They should come out and say the truth if it has happened who are they going to deal with? Jokers!

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    2. The man shld amens his ways o, na so 'Yaradua own take start but Naija people funny o.

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  2. "Uche" face your work and leave rumour mongers alone. Create enabling environment that will make businesses thrive.

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  3. Dealt with? Jokers!!! If its not true, why e dey pain them

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  4. They should deal with real issues. This further fuels the "tuface club" (rumours)

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  5. MtcheeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeEw. They should be grateful he is not said to be dead

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  6. Who cares if his alive or dead mtcheeeeew

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  7. So, they'll just leave pressing issues and be paying strict attention to things that concerns the nation. Common sense is not common.

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  8. Oooooo! They should do the needful ooo! Sigh!

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  9. na only vuhari's face I see
    lol

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  10. See all the muscle they use to debunk the presidents rumoured death, if only they could use the same might to tackle the herds men issue, insurgency, poor performance and co. Lai Mohammed thinks we care right now whether buhari is or isn't

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  11. And if it comes out to be true, what are we going to do to Liars like you?

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  12. Forget it, bubu is dead, they are hiding it, if it's not true why are they forcing osibanjo to resign. But the truth will surely come out one day

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  13. Abegiii make someone hear word!

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  14. Lie Mohammed and investigations 😄😅
    Oh well, I'm believing the president will be back to the country before the end of next week to show himself and put the rumours at bay..

    This rumour is strong sha o
    Ha!

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  15. I care less if it is true or not. They should go and deal with herdsmen killing innocent people and burning houses

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  16. It is only the useless things these bunch of whatevers will be investigating

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  17. Tyranny what a stupid government

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  18. Lol The headlines got me cracking.
    How many people they wan catch?


    PS-It's not everything you react to. Eishhh!

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  19. Just address it as what it is. As Rumour.And move on!


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  20. Dealt with my black ass.
    If he's not dead lemme him come and address the Masses..
    Out of every rumour, there's an elements of truth.

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  21. It is wrong. Say what you must, but spreading tales of death/illness is totally unacceptable. Saw it on Facebook and was scared for a bit. Thank God he is okay. If he will leave the seat of power, I'd rather he be alive, for peace to reign.

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    1. For peace to regin ke. ...he was an obvious vegetable before he became president.....so why will anybody cause was cause of his dead....ndi Nigeria...ndi iberibe.

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  22. Whatever. ..all I'm concerned with is that thank God they didn't accuse Jonathan this time around for being responsible for the President'so sickness..😉😉😉

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  23. With all the rumour going round,why can't the president just say something..if for nothing,but to quell the rumours.
    Well what do I know..he never said anything about the kaduna killings or fulani herdsmen or the bombing of the IDP camp.smh

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    1. Yes he hasn't said anything becoz he's almost gone..

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    2. Let him go... Na our curse they kill am

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  24. Stella, I heard from a very reliable source that Igwe is in Coma and will not make it

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    1. Yes that's the gist going around.

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    2. Seriously sick and in coma , this was the same thing they did in yardua's time

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    3. Who is Igwe??

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  25. Stella, you swallowed my comment yesterday. Buhari's health is deteriorationg. A doctor friend of mine in London, confirmed it to me. What Metro UK posted is very true. All he needs now is divine intervention not all these lies.

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  26. Stella pls allow comments now.The hardship inflated on Nigerians and Christians by this man called Vuharial,the prayers,curses,swearing frm Nigerians in dis situation can cause him to Die.Do u know hw many Nigerians have Died?

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  27. There is the issue in Kaduna,
    Herdsmen, lack of electricity,safe drinking water, indiscipline within our armed forces, lack of basic amenities in our schools and hospitals, no job for the youths, dstv airing bbN from SA l can go on and on,please face important issues

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  28. Just wondering why FG should bother about rumours when we have more issues that need urgent attention like d economy,fulani herdsmen,poor power supply nd so many others.Lai mohammed,nigerians re suffering.u should tell d president to review his monetary policies etc n stop paying lib services

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  29. Just wondering why FG should bother about rumours when we have more issues that need urgent attention like d economy,fulani herdsmen,poor power supply nd so many others.Lai mohammed,nigerians re suffering.u should tell d president to review his monetary policies etc n stop paying lib services

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  30. God almighty will punish him and his generation for the suffering he has brought upon us, wicked man with no listening ears just does things how he likes... Wicked man with no fear if you like let the sickness that is doing you kill you Nigerians will celebrate over your death... I really can't wait for 2019

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  31. I think in this kind of situation the president address the people himself? Hmmm

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  32. I pray is true biko cos am tired of dis man's govt. I will testify in the church.

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