Gov. Fayose Is A Mad Dog – Aisha Buhari
Wife of the president, Mrs Aisha Buhari, caused more than a little stir on the digital sphere on Tuesday night, while reacting to recent statements made by Ekiti state governor, Ayo Fayose, linking her to a corruption case.
The Ekiti state governor had in a statement published by an online news medium, claimed the president’s wife played a role in a bribery case involving American lawmaker, Williams Jefferson, for which the latter bagged a jail term.
Subsequent findings by the online newspaper revealed that a different individual going by the same name and not the president’s wife was involved in the corruption scandal.
Mrs Aisha Buhari, reacting to the claims, however, chose a not-so-civil path, likening the governor to an “unchained mad dog” while also asserting that she would not keep quiet, a possible hint that she perceived the Ekiti governor’s antics as intimidation.
Mrs Buhari using her verified Twitter account, also warned the governor, that she was strong enough to challenge him:
The president’s wife has however drawn the ire of many observers, displeased by her choice of words.
— Don B (@bishopmarn) June 21, 2016
@aishambuhari Please don't go this route with him, please. Not via Social Media. Please sue him for defamation, you have a case Ma'am.
— Shaykha Sahfeeyah (@Sahfeeyah_GCFR) June 21, 2016
@aishambuhari you are not just fantastically corrupt. You are also fantastically irresponsible wife of the president.
— Shalom Miriam Shehu (@MiriamShehu) June 21, 2016
@aishambuhari you shouldn't dignify a man like Fayose with a response. You dropping the bar big time. You're a woman of class.Dissaponted
— -King Lama. (@Laamar__) June 21, 2016
— Shantel (@SweetShantel) June 21, 2016
Apparently, some people can see into the future too:
.@aishambuhari Your Excellency Ma, I know how this is going to end.Your team will do a press release tomorrow saying your account was hacked
— The Pen Whisperer (@haroldwrites) June 21, 2016
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