A popular Nigerian online influencer by name Henry Shield has raised a sensitive question regarding the process that led to the appointment of Isa Pantami as a Minister of Communication and Digital Economic in Nigeria.
For some days now, Isa Pantami has been severely hit by calls for his resignation following his alleged support for terrorism.
Some years ago, the minister was alleged to have made statements which showed his support for terrorists.
This statement and others made some Nigerians to call for his sacking as a Minister.
This has prompted Henry Shield to question the process that made it possible for Isa Pantami to become the minister of Communication and Digital Economic in the country.
"How did Pantami make it through DSS screening? Anyone bothered to find out?", Henry Shield asked.
This question should be channelled to the federal government because I believe that they are the only ones that can have the accurate answer to this question.
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