UPDATE- PRESIDENT BUHARI, ESCAPES BEEN MOBBED DURING SALLAH PRAYERS…

President Buhari on Friday admitted that the heavy security cordon around him is not capable of protecting him. He said only God can protect him from being harmed.

While granting audience to the Muslim community in the Federal Capital Territory that paid him the traditional Sallah homage at the Presidential Villa, Abuja, President Buhari today, admitted that the heavy security cordon around him is not capable of protecting him and that its only God that can protect him from being harmed.
The President recalled his experience earlier in the day when some youths, who were desperate to catch a glimpse of him at the prayer ground located on the Airport Road during the Eid-el-Fitri prayers, almost overwhelmed security operatives.
He added that with what happened with Ronald Reagan during his time as United States President, it was clear that only God could protect leaders.
“I thank you most sincerely for fulfilling the tradition of greetings whoever occupies this place. I thank you very much for your loyalty to the country, as represented by our institutions and to the system.

Today, during and immediately after the prayers, I think I was bombarded by the youths, who almost overwhelmed the security, and I had to hold tight to my gown to get to my car.

I was advised to enter the car from the ADC side and I refused. I went across trying to wave my hand to the wild youths, who wanted to see me.

On an occasion like this, it shows that after what happened to (former) President Ronald Reagan of the USA, it is only God Almighty that protects leaders because in a mob like this, anybody with a sharp knife can get access and do a lot of damage.

So, all the policemen that were deployed and soldiers since 6 o’clock in the morning, before I came out two hours later in the rains, cannot protect you; only God protects. I hope God will continue to protect us.”
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