The Economist cannot call any Western Leader Buffoon… Nigerians react as The Economist’s calls GEJ an Ineffectual Buffoon

Just recently an article published by UK publication, The Economist calling Immediate past president, Goodluck Jonathan an “ineffectual buffoon” for allowing impunity to reign during his tenure as president, the article was so loaded that it did not spare current president, President Buhari saying he is making an already bad situation in the country, worse. 😬

Nigerians on Twitter had a strong reaction to the article’s harsh words

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The article made Twitter Nigeria come up in arms against the publication.

Lol. The context of the Economist’s description is very accurate. Unfortunately, the choice of words lacked tact. https://t.co/HQhTur5mfS
— Nnukwu Ozo (@_Kaelo_) January 29, 2016

PMB is using weapons I bought to fight boko haram – GEJ….. Weapons you bought? With your money? The Economist wasn’t wrong at all.
— Omo Jesu (@tosinadeda) January 29, 2016

The Economist went Hard “Goodluck Jonathan, an ineffectual buffoon who let politicians and their cronies fill their pockets with impunity.”
— Ebuka Akara (@ebuka_akara)
January 29, 2016

The writer under the Economist had no tact or right and his bias showed like a ballet dancing deer in headlights. Ok. Sorry. Let’s move on.
— Nnukwu Ozo (@_Kaelo_) January 29, 2016

The Economist cannot call any Western Leader Buffoon… This is a Bad sign..
— Malachy Ugwuanyi (@SonofShama) January 29, 2016

So. The Economist, The Times, The Post? Love their work. But they can shove their opinions about Africa up dark crevices. Tenks a bunsh.
— Temisan Okomi (@temiokomi)
January 29, 2016

The Economist crossed the line. But do i blame them? No. “When u hurl insults @ ur own, u’ll never b in short supply of those who’ll join u”
— Wale Adetona (@iSlimfit) January 29, 2016

I don’t think it’s the Economist’s place to insult our past president. We can insult him on our own
— Toyan Adeniji-Adele (@adetoyan)
January 29, 2016

@temiokomi The Economist Op-Ed is probably right and Spot on but the use those words is rather insultive
— Adewale Olawore (@mysterlawk)
January 29, 2016

The Economist has lost credibility with their disingenuous lazy reporting about Nigeria. But this isn’t the first time
— nwakego eyisi (@nwakego)
January 29, 2016

Irrespective of what he has done in d past, the economist has no right to call a past president of a nation names. https://t.co/XLn8hkYcP4
— Irabor Lily (@lilywhyte2016)
January 29, 2016

The @economist writer who described Jonathan as an “ineffectual buffoon” is probably a British upper class twat in his/her early twenties.
— Onye Nkuzi (@cchukudebelu)
January 29, 2016

I’m lowkey pissed The Economist called GEJ an “ineffectual buffoon”. Not that he wasn’t,but don’t be insulting former president like that na
— Ibro (@theMaskedCzar) January 29, 2016

The Economist calls GEJ a “buffoon”. Big deal. That supercilious medium often hides its ignorance of local realities behind sweeping insults
— Paul C Nwabuikwu (@paul_nwabuikwu) January 29, 2016

@EconMEastAfrica Yes Buhari is up to the task & will excel in it no matter how much The Economist crew is hired to blackmail his government
— Mayor of Hulme (@Olabimtan)
January 29, 2016

The economist is a huge disgrace!!
— Mr Gerald(La Gudis) (@lagudis19)
January 29, 2016

I’m so biased to the extend that I hate to hear any foreigner attacking my people not mention mocking my leaders.# The Economist
— Sabiu Zaranda (@Binzaranda)
January 29, 2016

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