El-Zakzaky: Lauretta Onochie mocks Shiites leader over India controversy, praises El-Rufai

El-Zakzaky: Lauretta Onochie mocks Shiites leader over India controversy, praises El-Rufai

- Lauretta Onochie has mocked Ibrahim El-Zakzaky over India controversies

- The presidential aide claimed that the Shiites leader was hoping to meet Iranians who will take him to live in their country where he would start promoting chaos in Nigeria

- Going further, Onochie praised Governor El-Rufai of Kaduna for orchestrating the situation in India

Lauretta Onochie has mocked leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN), Ibrahim El-Zakzaky, over controversies surrounding the Shiites leader medical treatment in India hospital.

In a a tweet on Thursday, August 15, she also alleged that El-Zakzaky thought he would be met Iranians in India who would take him to Iran where he would live and promote chaos in Nigeria.

The presidential aide whose reappointment has not been confirmed or announced claimed that the Shiites leader was hoping to meet Iranians who will take him to live in their country.

She consequently hinted that the situation in India is connected to Governor Nasir El-Rufai of Kaduna state.

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According to her, there is a difference between going on medical leave while in detention and a leisure holiday to India.

See her tweet below:

Recall that Legit.ng had reported that El-Zakzaky lamented his situation at the Indian hospital he went to for treatment.

According to the Shiite leader, conditions at the Indian hospital he was taken to was worse than that of Nigeria.

And in its reaction, the federal government called on Nigerians to disregard the cry by the IMN leader.

The call was contained in a statement on Wednesday, August 14, by the permanent secretary of the Ministry of Information and Culture, Dcns Grace Isu Gekpe.

Gekpe said that in line with a court order, El-Zakzaky was approved to embark on a trip to India with state officials and his choice to be accompanied by his aides and personal doctors was not opposed by the government.

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had also reported that Ibrahim Musa, spokesperson of the Movement confirmed that the controversy surrounding the treatment of El-Zakzaky in India had been resolved.

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