In Pictures: President Buhari In Medina Saudi Arabia For Lesser Hajj

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February 24, 2016 – Photos: President Buhari In Medina Saudi Arabia For Lesser Hajj

Mr President and few of his ministers arrived Medina Saudi Arabia today for prayers.

PMB was spotted in the company of Abdul Aziz Yari Zamfara State, Aregbesola of Osun State, National Security Adviser, Mangunu and King Salman of Saudi Arabia.

The dignitaries offered prayers for Nigeria at Prophet’s Mosque in Medina in the early hours of today.

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16 thoughts on “In Pictures: President Buhari In Medina Saudi Arabia For Lesser Hajj

  1. WELLCOME TO SAUDI ARABIANLLLA O , BUHARIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII WENT THERE TO FAST FOR HUNDRED DAYS TO GET RID OF BOKO AND ISIS.

    PLEASE YOU NEED TO PRAY HARD, SO THAT BOKO AND ISIS WOULD DISAPPEAR ON THIS EARTH BEFORE YOU COME BACK FROM SAUDIARABIALLAISIS BOKOIRANU.COM .

    IF ISIS AND BOKO ARE STILL ON THIS EARTH, I THINK BUHARI SHOULD JUST STAY IN SAUDI.

    PLEASE DO NOT COME BACK TO NIGERIA, BECAUSE YOU PROMISE TO WIPE OUT BOKO BEFORE DECEMBER AND WE ARE NOW IN FEBRUARY O .

    PLEASE PRAY HARD , AND BEGIN YOUR HUNDRED DAYS FASTING TO GET RID OF BOKO.

  2. President Mohammed Buhari is a great leader in a very difficult and challenging times. Someone asked me recently,”when are we going to stop blaming President Jonathan for our current situation?” My response was that as long as Nigerians stop expecting PMB to perform miracles and restore Nigerian economy, infrastructures, education, electricity, and security in 9 months after over 35 years of vagabond, looters, and wicked criminals called leaders in power at all levels of government. The Bible says, “What can a righteous do when the foundation is faulty?” Only a wicked person will solely blame Jonathan for our current setbacks, poverty, insecurity, declining education, and economy disaster. Why? Olusegun Obasanjo, Ibrahim Badamosi Babangida, Abudulsalam Abubakar, brutal Sanni Abacha, and the dumbest president in our history-Jonathan all contributed to our current situations. If I were Hausa/Fulani by tribe, many people would have label me a tribalistic person. But I’m a Nigerian who by God grace knows what is wrong and that which is right. I will not call darkness a light because of personal hatred , religion differences or tribalism. It is true that Rome is not build in a day, but mind you, the city of Rome can be destroy with nuclear weapons within one minute. Likewise, we must pray daily for this great president for God’s wisdom and empowerment to lead us from ruins of over 35 years to the right path of prosperity, security, aND economy growth. Rebuilding or building takes time, planning, resources, pathrotic ideas, wisdom, and substantial money to attain. I believe that PMB will achieve great things before the end of his first term, but we must give him time to help us. May God Almighty grant his prayers.

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