Femi Adesina, Buhari’s special Adviser on Media and Publicity has said the allegation of non-performance, nepotism and weakness levelled against the President are rooted on faulty grounds, Akahi News reports.
In a recent interview with Sun, he expressed optimism on the government’s journey to the “Next Level” in the current second term, he outlines what the government is doing about the myriad of problems plaguing the country as well as what the future holds for Nigeria in the next four years. See excerpts from the interview below…
Four years as the presidential spokesman, what has the job taught you?It has taught me a lot. It has taught me that taking this kind of assignment you must not just see it as a job, because there are easier ways to earn a living. You must see it as an assignment –one that you are convinced you need to do.
If you don’t have a conviction about your principal, then it is not going to be easy. The job comes with a lot, including abuses. They throw everything at you, including the kitchen things. I believe it has taught me more patience and how to overlook many things.How do you manage criticism?I don’t bother about that anymore.
For me, criticism is almost like water off a duck’s back. At times, I look at them –if they are founded. But the unfounded ones, I just ignore them, because you can see that they are twisting everything they see.
Even if you write an article, and the thrust of that article is clear, they begin to turn it and begin to take if from a mischievous perspective so that, one, you will be exposed to odium and, two, they want to cause a quarrel between you and your principal
He will consolidate on that structure during the second term. By the time he finishes in 2023, Nigeria will be in a far better state than he met it
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