See why Buhari’s aide threw jabs at Omotola

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nigeria is hellish under buhari watch

President Muhammadu Buhari’s aide on new media, Bashir Ahmad has attacked Nollywood veteran actress, Omotola Jalade for speaking up against the president and his vice, Prof Yemi Osinbajo.

Omotola had described live of an average Nigerian under the present government as “hellish”.

The actress said the lack of circulation of money coupled with the fervent attack and assault on innocent Nigerians, have made life under Buhari/Osinbajo “hellish”.

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However Ahmad in his response said people working aren’t complaining and will never refer to the country as ” hellish’.

He said that many rice milling centres have emerged under his principal, and “billions have been circulated to millions.

What he wrote

Madam Omotola those who are working for CLEAN money are not complaining and will never refer our dear country as ‘hellish’. In Kano State alone, from 2015 to 2018, no fewer than 200 medium and small scale rice milling centres emerged. For that, billions circulated among millions.

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