Abba Kyari: The unofficial President of Nigeria

Abba Kyari: The unofficial President of Nigeria

By MarkAnthony Nze

Officially, Abba Kyari is supposed to be the Chief of Staff to the Nigerian President, he was first appointed to this position precisely on the 27th of August 2015, and towards the end of 2017, with the demise of President Muhammadu Buhari, he craftily enthroned himself, the overall leader of the country, and since then he and other members of the All Progressives Congress(APC) have been running the affairs of Nigeria having Jubril Al-Sudani, a Sudanese impostor being paraded as President Muhammadu Buhari.

This deceit by the APC Cabal led by Kyari went on for quite sometime in Nigeria without any suspicion, this was as a result of the extensive cosmetic surgeries carried out on Jubril Al-Sudani in London, who originally is in his mid-forties to appear exactly like the late President Muhammadu Buhari.

The looks of Jubril were perfectly altered under the knife several times to look like the late Buhari but the mannerisms were actually what indicated the first set of suspicions among Nigerians.

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Subtly, Kyari cleverly covered his tracks to prevent any suspicion as regards the administration in the purported Muhammadu Buhari’s led government, he hardly made obvious changes, even when Rotimi Amaechi’s tape, where he was telling a presumed confidante about the insensitive and lackadaisical attitude of  ‘President Buhari’ on national issues leaked, Kyari refused to get rid of him as minister of transport.

Amaechi was shocked beyond marrow that the president could have such a nonchalant disposition towards concerns bothering on the country. He apparently felt disappointed that while he tried to acquaint the president with issues the citizenry were faced with in the country, he was not in anyway perturbed, and interested to listen to him(Amaechi).

But to be frank, one would not apportion blames to the ‘president’ because he is only a contracted employee taking instructions from his boss, Kyari. He was not paid well over 500 million dollars to listen to complaints from a frustrated minister who had no idea of who he was in reality.

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