Onanuga attacks Nigerians tweeting alleged falsehood against President-elect, Tinubu
Bayo Onanuga, an aide to Bola Ahmed Tinubu, Nigeria’s President-elect, has slammed Nigerians allegedly tweeting falsehood against his principal.
The former Lagos State governor had recently come under severe criticism over his alleged involvement in drug-related and other clandestine activities.
Nigerians had also raised questions regarding the authenticity of his background as well as academic qualifications.
Read also:Tinubu’s campaign spokesman, Bayo Onanuga, says he regrets introducing Osinbajo to the APC leader
Tweeting in reaction to the allegation on Sunday, Onanuga said those branding his boss as a drug dealer will soon face the music.
“All those sons of bitches tweeting the hashtags #TinubuTheDrugDealer #TinubuForPrison. Your days are numbered.
“One day, you will face the wrath of law and God for tweeting malicious falsehood about Nigeria’s President-Elect,” Onanuga wrote.
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