I Have Been Responsible to My Principal – Adesina

The Special Adviser on Media and Publicity to President Muhammadu Buhari, Femi Adesina, has said in the last eight years, he has been accountable to his principal and worries less about his critics.

He stated this in his article, ‘The Final Gallop Home.’ Adesina noted that his national assignment keeps him away from unimportant activities.

The most crucial element, according to him, is that his principal is happy with his work, notwithstanding the outbursts of his detractors.

In his account of his time under Buhari’s presidency, which ends on May 29, 2023, Adesina called his detractors’ low lives deserving of sympathy.

He said, “But those low people? They also abound, particularly on social media. They use the anonymity of that platform, and their own lack of good upbringing, to spew all sorts of bile.

 “You will soon be out of that place. You will come back and meet us.” As if they were the persons that sent me to serve in the first place, and as if I was accountable to them. I simply laugh them to scorn,” Adesina said.

“The reason? When you are on this kind of National assignment, it’s your boss you are strictly responsible to, and not other extraneous tendencies. You hold your office at his pleasure. Once he’s satisfied with you, forget the noise of the market. The Good Book: “Who are you to judge another man’s servant? It is before his master that he rises or falls. And he will stand, for the Lord is able to make him stand.” (Romans 14:4)”

Speaking further, the presidential spokesperson stressed that because of the support of his principal, he is unafraid to face criticism.

“So, that is why when the mob, whom I gave the epithet Wailing Wailers, come after me, calling me all kinds of names, it never bothers me. I have the confidence of my master, and that is all that matters,” he added.

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