Foreign trips: Buhari's critics need to undergo mental examination — Oyegun
National Chairman of All Progressives Congress, APC, Chief John Odigie-Oyegun, weekend, defended President Muhammadu Buhari's foreign trips, saying that people like Governor Ayo Fayose of Ekiti State and other critics of the president over his foreign trips need their heads examined.
Saying that Fayose was ignorant of the problems confronting the nation and the solutions to them, he insisted that President Buhari was on the verge of restoring the nation's lost glory outside the country, noting that the President's foreign trips had gone a long way in helping to save the nation after what he described as Peoples Democratic Party, PDP's most disastrous outing in 16 years.
Speaking to journalists in Benin City, Edo State, Oyegun noted that the forces of darkness and economic saboteurs opposed to the nation's growth and development were bent on frustrating the efforts of the APC-led administration under Buhari in his efforts at rescuing the nation from the ongoing fuel crisis and revitalizing the ailing economy.
Governor Fayose had last week allegedly written a letter to the Chinese government asking it to shun President Buhari's proposal to secure a $6 billion loan for Nigeria.
But Oyegun, who reacted to the criticisms, said: 'Most people do not recognise the very sorry state of the nation's economy and the fact that the country's economy was run aground and crashed, which contributed in no small measure to the crash of crude oil from N120 per barrel to a miserable N30 to N40 per barrel at the international market.' - Vanguard.