President Goodluck Jonathan’s Senior Special Assistant on Public Affairs, Doyin Okupe, said on Tuesday that critics of the President needed to be examined by psychiatrists.
Okupe said this while reacting to the statement by Governor of Lagos State, Raji Fashola and former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar in which the ex-VP raised the alarm over the activities of the members of the violent Islamic sect, Boko Haram, in the North-East.
Atiku had alleged that if the activities of the insurgents were not quickly curtailed, they could overrun the entire region.
He also berated the leadership of the country, wondering what it had been doing to curtail the criminal activities of the members of the sect.
But Okupe said such statements were not expected from Atiku, who the presidential aide said had been part of the system.
He said, “Those people saying that this government is clueless need psychiatric test. From now…
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