‘Aisha Buhari Should Always Remember That History Has Its Eyes On Her’ Oge Nsimah

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Oge Nsimah a popular Relator and Social commentator has joined other Nigerians in asked the First Lady, Aisha Buhari, to stop the misusing her power. This is coming after the First Lady reportedly arrested Aminu Muhammed over a post he made on Twitter, mocking her latest picture.

Oge Nsimah wrote:

‘This woman don does pass Kim Jong Un of North Korea!! And this is another like not expected from a First Lady.

Dear Northern on social media platforms, do you see the way Southerners are condemning the arrest of Aminu by Aisha on every SM..?

We know if it was an Emeka that got Arrested by Aisha for that same purpose it will be the other way round from you guys…I hope you guys will understand this time around that you are just their tools, they don’t actually care about, how you feel, who you are or anything.

I just want to let you people know that we have one common enemy..Bad leaders,  and that we should always do is to be united in one voice and one cause.

People should be allowed to express their dissatisfaction and grievances, this is a democratic country,  bully and intimidating critics is undemocratic and must stop.

You are incompetent, and yet you are a tyrant at the same time!!

Aisha Buhari should always remember that history has its eyes on her,  the events of today are tomorrow’s history and there are spots on your personality that money and fame can’t wash away..

Lastly, while Democracy may be delayed it can never be totally denied….


Oge Nsimah

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