- The first lady of Kaduna, Hadiza El-Rufai, has been forced to scold her son, Bello, for reportedly threatening a Twitter user
- Bello had allegedly threatened to forcefully take advantage of the mother of a social media subscriber
- Hadiza, on behalf of her son, apologised to the Twitter user and stated that she is never in support of threat or abuse of any sort
Hadiza El-Rufai, the first lady of Kaduna, has given her son, Bello, an earful for allegedly threatening to forcefully take advantage of the mother of a twitter user.
Hadiza, after being dragged for allegedly taking sides with her son, apologised for his comments, having fully read the origin and development of the issue that led to the threat.
The first lady of state said that she has had a conversation with her son and will never be in support of assaulting anyone.
It all started when Bello lashed at a Twitter user for saying that Donald Trump is a better leader than President Muhammadu Buhari and Governor El-Rufai.
Replying the Twitter user's position, the governor's son was reported to have said: “Tell your mother I’m passing her to my friends tonight. No Igbo sounds please! Tueh."
However, apologising on her son's behalf, Hadiza stated: “When I posted the tweet below, I assumed it was just the usual Twitter gbas-gbos. Having read the tweets chronologically, I have had conversations with Bello.
"Never ever should sexual abuse be employed as ammunition in public/ private exchanges, no matter the provocation. I can see how my tweet may have come across, and I apologise to those who were offended by it. I say once again, that I’d never condone sexual abuse in any shape or form.”
Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that Bello caused an outrage on the microblogging platform Twitter after he allegedly threatened to gang ra'pe another user's mother in an altercation that later took an ethnic bearing.
Bello dragged himself into the dragnet of controversy after criticising United States president Donald Trump over his management of the Covid-19 crisis in America.
“There is nothing as radioactive as an incompetent leader during a time of crisis. The United States of America is a case in point. A few states in Nigeria too,” Bello wrote on Sunday, April 12.
But in what fuelled the nasty conversation, a Twitter user @oewonah, told Bello to play his blame game on President Muhammadu Buhari alone instead of Trump who he said is miles above his Nigerian counterpart.
The response, however, got Bello enraged as he started raining insults that bore ethnical colouration.
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