Presidency Social Media aide – Pres. Buhari continued in Nigeria’s tradition by attending the OIC meeting

– Lauretta Onochie in a new statement has responded to those saying that President Muhammadu Buhari should not have attended the OIC meeting

– She stated that Pres. Buhari continued in Nigeria’s tradition by attending the OIC

– This comes amidst allegations of Fulanization and Islamization of the Country

Following the departure of President Muhammadu Buhari after his inauguration on May 29th for a meeting of Organization of Islamic Cooperation OIC, Nigerians have been reacting differently to the attendance of the Pres. at the meeting.

While others supported the President stating that past presidents including those who were Christians attended the OIC meeting during their administrations, some other people were of the opinions that the President attendance at the meeting was part of the plans to Islamize and Fulanize Nigeria.

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However, Pres. Muhammadu Buhari Social Media aide, Lauretta Onochie in a latest statement has responded to those questioning why the President attended the OIC meeting.

She disclosed that it is not a crime for Pres. Muhammadu Buhari to attend the meeting as former Pres. Good luck Jonathan also attended the meeting during his administration and no one said it was a crime.

Lauretta Onochie in her statement said, “Ex-President Jonathan attended the OIC. They looted the benefits from OIC Pres. Muhammadu Buhari, continued in Nigeria’s tradition by attending the OIC. 2nd Niger bridge and other projects are springing up Ohaneze can continue with the old bridge when the New one is completed Hypocrites!

How is it a crime for Pres. Muhammadu Buhari, a son of Abraham to attend an OIC meeting BUT was not a crime when Ex-Pres Jonathan, another son of Abraham attended same OIC when he was President of Nigeria? We must continue to ignore those who stand to benefit from our division.”

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