consistent calls on Nigerians to patronise Made-in-Nigeria products in
order to strengthen the economy and aid national development, SUNDAY PUNCH’s investigation has shown that President Muhammadu Buhari and members of his team are using foreign products.
their clothes, the President and his team have been using foreign
products ranging from their shoes to their cars.
especially on social media platforms recently when Buhari was spotted in
a pair of Gucci 1953 horsebit loafer shoes.
with his acclaimed austere lifestyle, the President could be spotted in
such expensive imported shoes.
been attracting comments to herself lately over the various expensive
and foreign fashion accessories that she uses.
version of Mrs. Buhari’s Hermes handbag was auctioned in 2015 for
$222,912 at a Christie’s auction in Hong Kong.
convoy also showed that most of the cars are expensive imported cars
except for the Nissan Patrol Sports Utility Vehicle being used by some
of government that officials should stop riding cars made abroad simply
because those cars were bought overseas.
government that its officials should stop riding cars made abroad simply
because those cars were bought overseas. That will be ridiculous, and a
waste of resources.
and services is a new campaign that will take time to fully entrench
itself. This country has not banned the importation of goods.”