I will no longer accept any insults from Nigerians.-president buhari

President Muhammadu Buhari, has said that he would no longer accept insults from Nigerians,warning that those calling for restructuring,must exercise restraint in their choice of words.Buhari who stated this through Mallam Garba Shehu, his Senior Special Assistant on Media and Publicity,on Wednesday night,said issues are resolved through “established processes,not by abuses,insults,or irresponsible statements’’.

Shehu was reacting to opinions expressed by Nigerians,for and against President Muhammadu Buhari’s speech on Monday,on his return from a medical vacation.“Since the President has sworn to defend the Constitution,he will remain faithful to that oath,by working with the Legislature in taking major decisions on the future of Nigeria’s federal system,” Shehu said.He however,stated that “while Nigerians are free to express themselves, they should exercise such liberty with restraint,and a sense of responsibility,not by hurling insults on the President.”

He said that calling the President an enemy of Nigeria,“is in extremely bad taste”,adding that,nothing in Buhari’s service record would justify such language.The speaker's comment:-You either resign or get ready for more insult as Nigerians would not praise mediocrity!