Aisha Buhari calls Ayo Fayose a Mad Unchained Dog in Twitter rant!

Aisha Buhari calls Ayo Fayose a Mad Unchained Dog in Twitter rant!

Governor Ayo Fayose and Aisha Buhari. There is an impending war going on between the first lady of Nigeria and the Ekiti state Governor.The Wife of the President Mrs Aisha Buhari has reacted to Ayo Fayose's allegations. The Ekiti State Governor alleged that Mrs Buhari was implicated in the Halliburton bribery scandal involving a U.S. Congressman, Williams Jefferson. She reacted via her official Twitter account...

Earlier today, the Presidency debunked the claims, describing the allegations as 'laughable' and the Governor as a man "childishly obsessed with the desire to grab the headlines and insulting people at will because of his incurably boorish instincts"

The Senior Special Assistant to the President on Media and Publicity, Garba Shehu, said the Federal Government would have ignored the allegations but decided to respond so innocent Nigerians will not be swayed by falsehood.

The Presidential spokesman also said Mrs Buhari had no direct or indirect connection with Congressman William Jefferson, the U.S. lawmaker who was convicted in 2009.
But was the 1st Lady's twitter account hacked or did she really tweet these words?

Meanwhile,PDP official twitter handle put another spin on it,saying Aisha Buhari could assassinate Governor Fayose for exposing her corrupt ways.Can they say something like this publicly?This must be the biggest libel invite ever.This saga surely will run and run.

Meanwhile,Nigerians have reacted to the EFCC freezing Fayose's account. Many Nigerians are now questioning the legality of the antigraft agency freezing the account of a sitting governor since he has immunity that is provided by the constitution. Others are supporting EFCC's move, accusing Fayose of antagonizing the government of the day. Some other Nigerians are asking if the EFCC obtained a court order giving them the authority to freeze his account. See more twitter reactions after the cut ...
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