The Special Assistant on Digital Communications to President Muhammadu Buhari, Bashir Ahmad, has said that Peter Obi’s leaked tape “Thank you, Daddy” shouldn’t be taken as a usual trending joke matter.
Ahmad, in a post made on his verified Twitter account obtained by Ejes Gist News, said Obi’s leaked audio is a threat to national unity and democracy and should be publicly condemned by all sensible and patriotic Nigerians.
Read the tweets below…
“This Peter Obi’s leaked “thank you, daddy” audio shouldn’t be taken a a usual trending joke matter; all sensible and patriotic citizens should publicly condemn it.” It is a threat to our unity and democracy. If it is not handled well, it will have negative impacts on our democracy.
This Peter Obi’s leaked ‘thank you daddy’ audio shouldn’t be taken as a usual trending joking matter; all sensible and patriotic citizens should publicly condemn it. It is a threat to our unity and democracy. If it is not handled well, it will be having negative impacts on our…
— Bashir Ahmad (@BashirAhmaad) April 2, 2023
Meanwhile, Nigerians have expressed mixed opinions over the statement made by Bashir Ahmad.
See the comments below….
What’s your comment on Shettima’s leaked audio?pic.twitter.com/xzmJSVaSwD
— Gatuso (@hz_dikko) April 2, 2023
@UcheIbe said: Oh chimooooohhhh😧😧😧 what exactly is the crime of igbo man
@sal4reel said: Even if this is Shettima’s voice, I believe he is making valid points considering what happened to the north during Jonathan’s regime.
@neyocrux said: Hmmm. What’s the problem exactly? If we don’t want this people and the clamour to go, just let them go. What’s this forceful relationship? I hope this is fake too? I’m just dead tired of this country. In all Ibikunle smartly avoided saying anything.
@jikason94 said: Igbos have done nothing there are good and bad among every tribe you have endured a lot of things in this country Fulanis have passed through all this now it is time for una and the yorobas I feel for you.
@dymolah said: Omoooo I’m a yoruba man but this one too much for Igbo’s, they are our brothers biko we love them despite our difference abeg we still love them.