Former presidential candidate, Adamu Garba, has taken to social media to slam Nigerian youths that have interest in Crypto currency.
The northern politician, who is known for always pouring out his thoughts on national issues on social media, took to Twitter on Friday to share photo of President Muhammadu Buhari and Chadian new president, Mahamat Deby Into.
He said Nigerian youths should be ashamed of themselves to see Itno who is almost a grandchild to Buhari as president of a country and yet want to focus on crypto.
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He tweeted: “President Muhammadu Buhari and his almost grandson level President Mahamat Deby Itno of Republic of Chad.
“Yet Nigerian Youth wants to do crypto”.
The tweet :
President Muhammadu Buhari @MBuhari and his almost grandson level President Mahamat Deby Itno of Republic of Chad.
Yet Nigerian Youth wants to do crypto.
Shame on us all! pic.twitter.com/0DD5ZiJgj4
— Adamu Garba II (@adamugarba) May 14, 2021
PlatinumPost reports that the Chad’s interim leader visited Aso Rock on Friday, with Buhari assuring him of support to stabalise the country.
The young Deby took over the mantle of leadership of Chad after the death of his father, Idriss Itno, on April 19, 2021.
Idriss died in battle, while leading troops to confront insurgents who came in through Libya.
The country consequently set up the transitional council.
A return to democracy is expected in 18 months.
Buhari told the Chadian leader: “We are bound together by culture and geography, and we will help in all ways we can.
“Nigerians know and appreciate the role Chad played in helping us to combat terrorism, we will continue the collaboration.”
The Nigerian president described the late Marshal Idriss Itno as his personal friend and a friend of Nigeria, noting that Chad had been very steadfast in defending Nigeria.
He said that Chad should, therefore, not hesitate to ask for help in areas it would deem necessary.
Buhari said that Nigeria would help to strengthen the Lake Chad Basin Commission and the Multinational Joint Task Force.