Nigerian nobel laureate Akinwande Oluwole Babatunde Soyinka, known as Wole Soyinka doubted that if truly president Muhammadu Buhari is in charge to presiding over a nation things would not has getting to this level.
On Tuesday the police in Ogun had claimed in a statement Tuesday that only one cow strayed into Mr Soyinka’s compound.
“The entire place was inspected by the DPO and it was established that it was just a case of stray cow as nothing was damaged or tampered with,” the police said.
Mr Soyinka has now said that the narrative of the police is false.
“I thoroughly resent the police version which suggests that the cows never invaded my home: home is not just a building; it includes its grounds. And it was not a stray cow, or two or three. It was a herd – we have photos, so why the lie? It is so unnecessary, unprofessional and suspiciously compromised,” Mr Soyinka wrote
“I don’t believe Buhari is in charge, because it’s not possible for a Head of State, a Commander-in-Chief of the armed forces, to say he is presiding over a nation & things get to this level.” -Prof. Wole Soyinka on herders crisis in Nigeria.
"I don't believe Buhari is in charge, because it's not possible for a Head of State, a Commander-in-Chief of the armed forces, to say he is presiding over a nation & things get to this level." -Prof. Wole Soyinka on herders crisis in Nigeria.
— ARISE News Feed (@ARISEtv) February 11, 2021
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