BEVERLY HILLS, December 23, (THEWILL) – The Media and Publicity department of the State House has put together a 55-minute Documentary that it says will show the human side of President Muhammadu Buhari, just as Nigerians vent their anger and frustrations at the president, who also doubles as Petroleum Resources Minister over the acute shortage of petrol across the country.
A statement by Buhari’s spokesman, Femi Adesina, said the documentary entitled, The Human Side of President Buhari, portrays the President in a light that majority of Nigerians have not seen him.
Nigerians are spending hours in lines to buy petrol at mostly inflated costs because major marketers are hoarding the product in a bid to push prices higher than the N145 per litre pegged by government. Many have called for the president to resign as petroleum minister and appoint a competent person.
“It is made up of interviews from close aides of the President and some others who have worked closely with him, carefully put together to show a side of the President that many would love to see.
“This documentary will air on the Network Service of the Nigerian Television Authority (NTA) on Sunday, December 24 and Tuesday December 26, 2017. It will also air on Channels Television on Monday, December 25, 2017 (Christmas Day) between 8 and 9pm on the days and stations mentioned,” the statement said.