The recent update about and reports about the activities of the of the minister of communication and digital economy,Isa Ali Pantami has become a very hot topic of discussion as this reality keeps getting deeper with new discovery each day.
Pantami has been on the watch list since the past few days and many people has come out to express their displeasure,and one those who have use their platforms for the good of the youths and the government as whole is Savvy Rinu .
Savvy Rinu is one the most vibrant and brave youth ,who came out during the #Endsars protest to clamour for the good of the youth ,as well as clamour for a change, Savvy whose account got frozen for protesting against the government took to her Twitter page to express her view ,as she went ahead to ask the governor of the central bank of Nigeria (CBN) when he plans to freeze the accounts of Isa Pantami.
Sharing the post, she wrote" Godwin Emefiele , when are you going to freeze the Bank accounts of Isa Pantami?".
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