Reuben Abati, the immediate past Special Adviser on Media to former President Goodluck Jonathan, had few days ago, interviewed Femi Adesina, the current Special Adviser on Media to President Muhammadu Buhari, on the Arise News Television morning show.
During the interview, Reuben Abati asked Femi Adesina how he’s finding the job and he said, “It depends on what motivated me in the first place to take the job. If I was motivated by other things rather than serving a man I admire, then I’m sure there would have been times I would have said what the heck.
“What kind of job is his that opens you to all kinds of abuse, but because I am serving a man I had always admired, I consider it as an assignment rather than a job and as an assignment, I’m happy to carry it out for as long as the president wants me.”
Abati also tackled Adesina on his controversial comments on killer herdsmen, as well as many areas of the current President Buhari administration where Nigerians are disappointed.
Watch the interesting interview below: