Veteran actor, Jide Kosoko, has said he does not regret campaigning for President Muhammadu Buhari in 2015.

 

 

Kosoko said although he is disappointed in some of the actions of the President, he can’t state that Buhari is totally bad, adding that so many things are responsible for what is happening in Nigeria.

 

According to him, Nigerians are just doing trip and error when it comes to choosing its President.

 

When asked if he regrets campaigning for the President, Kosoko told Premium Times, “No, I can never regret it. All Nigerian youths saying different things, let them show us who to follow, do you know who will do well, do you know?

 

 

 

“Professor Wole Soyinka was appointed the founding Corps Marshall of the FRSC, he ran away, he could not stand it. So, tell me if you are able to confirm to me that Jide Kosoko is the best to govern us, then I will follow you. But nobody knows, we are all making trial and error.”

 

The actor noted that so many things are responsible for the situation in Nigeria.

 

“I cannot speak for the government but I can’t say Buhari’s government is totally bad but I’m disappointed in some of his actions.

 

 

“Buhari knows that discipline is his watchword, I wanted to believe him then, but he should know that in getting a corrupt-free society you would face quite a lot of antagonism.”

 

“I believe Buhari and personally, he is not corrupt, but so many things are still going on. This means that prompt action must be taken to ensure that those things stop in the country,” Kosoko said.

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    1. Kosoko said although he is disappointed in some of the actions of the President, he can’t state that Buhari is totally bad, adding that so many things are responsible for what is happening in Nigeria.

      According to him, Nigerians are just doing trip and error when it comes to choosing its President.

      When asked if he regrets campaigning for the President, Kosoko told Premium Times, “No, I can never regret it. All Nigerian youths saying different things, let them show us who to follow, do you know who will do well, do you know?

      “Professor Wole Soyinka was appointed the founding Corps Marshall of the FRSC, he ran away, he could not stand it. So, tell me if you are able to confirm to me that Jide Kosoko is the best to govern us, then I will follow you. But nobody knows, we are all making trial and error.”

      The actor noted that so many things are responsible for the situation in Nigeria.

      “I cannot speak for the government but I can’t say Buhari’s government is totally bad but I’m disappointed in some of his actions.

      “Buhari knows that discipline is his watchword, I wanted to believe him then, but he should know that in getting a corrupt-free society you would face quite a lot of antagonism.”

    1. Veteran actor, Jide Kosoko, has said he does not regret campaigning for President Muhammadu Buhari in 2015. Bet let him not worry that same man will send his fulanies to use for papar soup.

    1. Veteran actor, Jide Kosoko, has said he does not regret campaigning for President Muhammadu Buhari in 2015.

      Kosoko said although he is disappointed in some of the actions of the President, he can’t state that Buhari is totally bad, adding that so many things are responsible for what is happening in Nigeria.

      According to him, Nigerians are just doing trip and error when it comes to choosing its President.

      When asked if he regrets campaigning for the President, Kosoko told Premium Times, “No, I can never regret it. All Nigerian youths saying different things, let them show us who to follow, do you know who will do well, do you know?

      “Professor Wole Soyinka was appointed the founding Corps Marshall of the FRSC, he ran away, he could not stand it. So, tell me if you are able to confirm to me that Jide Kosoko is the best to govern us, then I will follow you. But nobody knows, we are all making trial and error.”

      The actor noted that so many things are responsible for the situation in Nigeria.

      “I cannot speak for the government but I can’t say Buhari’s government is totally bad but I’m disappointed in some of his actions.

      “Buhari knows that discipline is his watchword, I wanted to believe him then, but he should know that in getting a corrupt-free society you would face quite a lot of antagonism.”

      “I believe Buhari and personally, he is not corrupt, but so many things are still going on. This means that prompt action must be taken to ensure that those things stop in the country,” Kosoko said.

    1. Veteran actor, Jide Kosoko, has said he does not regret campaigning for President Muhammadu Buhari in 2015. Bet let him not worry that same man will send his fulanies to use for papar soup.

  1. Veteran actor, Jide Kosoko, has said he does not regret campaigning for President Muhammadu Buhari in 2015. Bet let him not worry that same man will send his fulanies to use for papar soup.

  2. Thanks for the update Climaxtrend Professor Wole Soyinka was appointed the founding Corps Marshall of the FRSC, he ran away, he could not stand it. So, tell me if you are able to confirm to me that Jide Kosoko is the best to govern us, then I will follow you. But nobody knows, we are all making trial and error

  3. “I believe Buhari and personally, he is not corrupt, but so many things are still going on. This means that prompt action must be taken to ensure that those things stop in the country,” Kosoko said.

  4. Kosoko said although he is disappointed in some of the actions of the President, he can’t state that Buhari is totally bad, adding that so many things are responsible for what is happening in Nigeria.

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  6. Kosoko said although he is disappointed in some of the actions of the President, he can’t state that Buhari is totally bad, adding that so many things are responsible for what is happening in Nigeria.

    Really?

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  8. “Buhari knows that discipline is his watchword, I wanted to believe him then, but he should know that in getting a corrupt-free society you would face quite a lot of antagonism.”

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