Buhari’s Documentary: ‘If Nigerians Find Themselves In Heaven, They Would Complain Against God,’ Says Adesina
Following the comments and reactions trailing the airing of 55-minute documentary on President Muhammadu Buhari, Presidential spokesman Femi Adesina has said that some Nigerians are “inveterate complainers.”
Adesina, who was responding to reactions online over the planned airing of the documentary on NTA and Channels Television on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, dismissed assertion that the timing of the airing of the documentary on President Buhari is faulty.
“I have read a lot of reactions, particularly online, on the timing of the airing of the documentary on President Muhammadu Buhari, slated for Dec. 24 and 25, respectively, by 8 p.m on NTA and Channels Television.
“Some of the comments are borne out of genuine concern, which we appreciate, while others are virulent, coming from inveterate complainers.
“Fault finding is the stock-in-trade of such people, and if they mistakenly find themselves in Heaven, they would even complain against God. They have no other pastime.
“The reactions mainly dwell on the fact that a documentary showing the human side of the President (as against the well-known iron and steel) is coming at a time there is severe fuel scarcity in the country.
“And I say, why not? Is life all about doom and gloom? Must we sit in ashes and wear sackcloth perpetually, and ignore the brighter side of life? God forbid!’’