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Jonathan's aide slams Fayose for critizing Aisha Buhari's picture

21 September 2016, 18:03

Abuja - Former aide to ex-President Goodluck Jonathan, Reno Omokri on Wednesday criticised Governor Ayodele Fayoe of Ekiti State and other Nigerians over insinuations that Aisha Buhari's picture with Michelle Obama was photoshopped.

Recall that Governor Ayodele through his media aide, Lere Olayinka had raised an alarm of fraud in the picture taken by wife of the President, Aisha Buhari with United States first lady, Michelle Obama, where he said the picture looks like a more Photo-shopped image.

Omokri posted this on his Facebook page saying he does not like President Muhammadu Buhari but he prays for him everyday, because “he is God’s choosen.

He urged Nigerians not to attack the President’s wife and family even if they don’t agree with his policies.

He also said the picture is real, stating that he has been to similar occasions in the past.

He wrote, “The allegation that Aisha Buhari photoshopped her picture with Michelle Obama is false. Even if you don’t like President Buhari, don’t take it out on his wife or family. I’ve been at these functions. People line up to take pictures with the alpha who maintains the same pose.

" I don’t like President Muhammadu Buhari. I don’t believe him. I will never ever vote for him. Yet, I mention him by name everyday in prayer.

" Not some days. EVERYDAY. I do this because I fear God. I will criticize him. But if I do criticize him, it will be because of something he is guilty of not due to something he and his wife are innocent of. Whether you like it or not, Buhari is the Lord’s anointed, for now. If you are going to move against the Lord’s anointed, better have truth on your side or you end up like Rechab and Baanah!”

- News 24


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