- Presidential aide on social media, Lauretta Onochie has attacked Senator Abaribe for calling for Buhari's resignation over insecurity
- Onochie said Abaribe's alleged statement is out of order and a call for anarchy
- The presidential aide also accused Abaribe of a failed plot to rip Nigeria apart in connivance with Nnamdi Kanu
Lauretta Onochie has attacked the minority leader of the Senate, Senator Enyinnaya Abaribe for asking President Muhammadu Buhari to resign over the worsening security in the country.
Onochie who is an aide to President Buhari on social media admitted that "security issues are sad concerns around the world including Nigeria".
She, however, said Ababribe's alleged statement"telling Nigerians to "pick stones to stone THEM”, is out of order! It's a call for anarchy!"
Her tweet: "1. Security issues are sad concerns around the world including Nigeria
"Buffoon Enyinnaya Abaribe, telling Nigerians to "pick stones to stone THEM”, is out of order! It's a call for anarchy!
"To those who listen to him, Nigeria is not Sen Ike Ekwerenmadu. Dont even try it. Don't!"
The presidential aide further accused Senator Abaribe of conniving with Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the outlawed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) to rip Nigeria apart.
Onochie noted that the PDP lawmaker did not react when in 2019 his party's presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar, said killings by herdsmen would continue if President Buhari won the election.
"Abaribe has tried with Nnamdi Kanu, to rip this nation apart and failed
When @atiku said there will be more herdsmen killing if @MBuhari was reelected, who said anything?
How many stones did Abaribe throw? Please throw the first stone. We are waiting," Onochie said.
Earlier, Legit.ng reported that Senator Abaribe has asked President Buhari to resign as president over rising insecurity in the country.
Abaribe made the demand on Wednesday, January 29, when the lawmakers were debating national security challenges.
The PDP lawmaker during the debate said the president had done little to address the security challenges in Nigeria.
“…If you want to treat an issue, you go to the head. We did not appoint the IG or the security chiefs. We will go to the president and ask him to resign,” the lawmaker said.
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