The Coalition of United Political Parties (CUPP) has described President Muhammadu Buhari as a man unfit to lead a kindred union.
The coalition said that a nation with such a leader “is doomed”.
This was contained in a statement the National Publicity Secretary of CUPP, Ikenga Imo Ugochinyere made available to newsmen on Wednesday.
He was responding to the decision of the Buhari led government to finally place a travel ban on some countries.
Earlier calls by some Nigerians on government to place a ban on countries with high risk of the deadly disease from China fell on deaf ears.
Following the record of five more persons with Coronavirus, making the number of persons suffering from the disease eight in Nigeria, the Federal Government on Wednesday placed a travel ban on 13 countries.
In its response, therefore, CUPP said:
“A nation with a man not fit to run a local government or kindred union is doomed.
“Heard they have decided to place travel restrictions after wasting time doing nothing.
“Now the Coronavirus infection has started spreading with 5(five) new cases just announced today and another suspected new case in a village in Katsina, the President’s State with weak health infrastructure.
“Nations like Ghana, South Africa, the USA with strong health infrastructure took proactive travel restriction measures and our President refused to do anything not even to visit the scene of the deadly explosion in Lagos but hid inside Aso Rock only for his government to announce travel restrictions after more people from the UK, the USA, Malaysia brought in more infections.
“Mr. President continues doing as you wish because you have conquered all the institutions that could have kept you in check including the legislative House of Hallelujah made up of Hallelujah Boys.”
The coalition also frowned that Buhari was yet to visit Lagos to sympathise with the victims of the Abule-Ado explosion in Lagos last Sunday.