Yusuf, son of President Muhammadu Buhari, has completed his national youth service and was among the Batch ‘A’ corps members that passed out on Thursday.
While the passing out corps members reported to their different local government area for service to collect their discharge certificates, a picture of Yusuf being handed his own certificate at home by an NYSC official appeared on social media on Friday, attracting different reactions from Nigerians.
Many of them were not impressed by the home delivery service of the certificate to the President’s son while some few others don’t see anything wrong in that.
Below are some of the reactions:
Did Yusuf Buhari attended camp? Na wa, so presentation of NYSC certificate is now done inside villa. pic.twitter.com/Mbjhk84zCM
— Adetutu Balogun (@Tutsy22) March 15, 2019
I think this is Yusuf Buhari, son of the President.
Please who knows which NYSC camp he attended and where he did his PPA?
😂 😂 😂 😂 😂
Look at how he looks in the kaki.. 😂 😂 😂 pic.twitter.com/5uMqulviEt
— Tosin Olugbenga (@TosinOlugbenga) March 15, 2019
Yusuf Buhari started NYSC
Fast forward ⏭
Yusuf Buhari completes NYSC
Where and when was he in camp?
Where did he serve? 🤷🏾♂️🤷🏾♂️
When will this government stop thinking we all reason on Daura levels… pic.twitter.com/3dBfJOzPWX
— Olushola Olufolabi (@olushola_shola) March 15, 2019
I am surprised People are raising eye brow over "Yusuf Buhari" NYSC cert.
The same Buhari received his WAEC in the Villa.
Let's not forget that Aisha Buhari once accused her ADC of taking her N2.5b
I ve stopped talking about Buhari integrity since the election ended. pic.twitter.com/0WZHh21znD
— Comrade 🔴🇳🇬 (@iAGB4REAL) March 16, 2019
Why should you complain about Yusuf Buhari's NYSC certificate, his first school leaving he got it in the house…
Na dia family pattern.. pic.twitter.com/5MWW6MV6uw
— Romeo Okon (@OkonRomeo) March 15, 2019
Sometimes I wonder what comes to Yusuf Buhari mind when he receive alert for 19k NYSC corpers salary. pic.twitter.com/kHC6C7jgBK
— Uche Ahiafor (@olduche) March 15, 2019