The pan Igbo socio-political organisation,
Ohanaeze Ndigbo, has berated President
Muhammadu Buhari for addressing the nation in
Buhari in his sallah message to Muslim faithfuls
had spoken to Nigerians in Hausa, a situation
that has caused outrage in the country.
The Presidency had released the audio to
debunk report that Buhari was suffering from
Reacting to the audio message by Buhari,
Deputy Publicity Secretary of Ohanaeze Ndigbo,
Chuks Ibegbu said Nigeria has descended to the
level of a ‘Banana Republic.’
Addressing newsmen in Enugu, on Sunday,
Ibegbu said the authenticity of the audio
message should be investigated.
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According to Ibegbu, if the audio was found to
be authentic, then there was a big problem.
He said, “First of all, we have to ascertain the
veracity of the voice because in these days of
technology, a lot of things can be cloned,
including human voice.
“But if it is true that Mr. President addressed
Nigerians in a local language, it means
something is wrong somewhere.
“I want to believe that the voice is not real, but
if it is Mr. President that actually spoke, then, it
means that we have descended to the level of a
“The Federal Government should tell Nigerians
whether it is actually Mr. President’s voice, or
The Ohanaeze spokesperson stressed that the
address couldn’t have been meant for Nigerians
if it was delivered in Hausa.
“Which message; message to who; in what
language? Is Hausa our lingua franca? If Mr.
President wants to address us, he should talk to
us in English, which is our lingua franca,” he
Source- Daily Post