Those who are working for clean money don't complain - Presidential aide replies Omotola

Those who are working for clean money don't complain - Presidential aide replies Omotola

Bashir Ahmad, President Muhammadu Buhari’s aide, has replied Omotola Jalade Ekeinde, a popular actress, over her recent tweet that the country is a mess.

Ekeinede on Sunday, April 14, tweeted that the country under the watch of Buhari and Professor Yemi Osinbajo is hellish and that the horror the country is in will make the nation crash.

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The popular actress pointed out the terrible situations as the lack of money in circulation, incessant killings and assaults across the country, and other forms of insecurities, adding that those have led to fear and desperation.

She tweeted:

Two days after the tweet, Ahmad replied her with a subtweet by saying that Nigerians who work for clean money in the country do not have such complaint and would never call the country hellish.

The presidential aide went ahead to cite instance of how the country has economically developed, saying that from 2015 to 2018, Kano experienced a boom in medium and small scale businesses.

Ahmad added that with that example alone, billions circulated among millions of people in the country.

See his tweet below:

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Meanwhile, earlier reported that Nigerian comedian and actor Broda Shaggi showed his dissatisfaction with the Nigerian government on social media.

Shaggi criticised the indiscipline and brutality of the Nigerian police and how the abuse of human rights has persisted.

The comedian wanted to know if President Buhari and his vice, Osinbajo, will do nothing if their family members are victims of police brutality. ( -> We have upgraded to serve you better

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