Reactions trail as Bashir Ahmad, personal media assistant to President Muhammadu Buhari replied Rufai Oseni, Arise TV anchor, when he said that 'no primary school, no secondary school'
Bashir Ahmad replied Rufai Oseni on his official Twitter account a few minutes ago.
Before now, there have been series of controversies as to the primary school and secondary school that the president-elect, Bola Ahmed Tinubu attended and the certificate he got from them.
However, Rufai Oseni in his tweet stylishly asking wrote, "no primary school, no secondary school"
Bashir Ahmad, supporter of Bola Ahmed Tinubu replied Rufai's tweet and said that, if Rufai really want to see the certificate or know the school he should reach him. He added that Rufai should not also forget to come to Abuja on May 29 to cover Tinubu's inauguration.
"Rufai, is you are looking for the certificate, you can see it here so you can now rest. By the way, I wish you a safe flight as you're arriving in the capital city to cover Bola Ahmed Tinubu's inauguration for your TV station."
As expected the tweet trailed lots of reactions,
"Aramideolubiyi" wrote, "I was expecting you to mention the pry and sec he attended ...but here you are goofing as usual."
"Nee_dles" wrote, "No name was mentioned here but your gbazaqueen won’t rest."
"ChimammandaAAA" wrote, you didn't show any certificate."
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