For some days now, several Nigerians have been protesting online for the Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, Isa Pantami to resign following allegations of alliance with terrorists.
The Peoples Gazette made a news report yesterday where they brought an old video that Isa Pantami referred to Boko Haram as his brothers.
Sahara Reporters also made a post that Isa Pantami allegedly said that he does not support Boko Haram but supports other terrorist groups like Taliban, Al-Qaeda.
This made many Nigerians to ask for his sacking by President Buhari.
A Northerner by name Prince Tiamiyu Lawal has thrown his support for the Minister but in a rather weird and surprising way.
He said that even if he sees Isa Pantami kissing the leader of Boko Haram, Abubakar Shekau, that he will still love and support him.
"Even if I see Pantami kissing Abubakar Shekau I will still love and stand by him", Lawal said.
This is really surprising but then that is his personal decision.
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