Special assistant to President Muhammadu Buhari on Media, Bashir Ahmad has taken to social media to express concern, following the statement of a Nigerian woman on how she ended up attacking a police office who came to monitor the Governorship and State Assembly elections at her estate today.
A Nigerian lady identified as Ijeoma had few hours ago, taken to her official Twitter account to announce that a political thug was allegedly shot dead at her estate today, adding that the men and women stood their grounds against thugs in such estate.
Ijeoma however, revealed that she personally "beat" a police woman in such estate.
And so, following such statement Bashir Ahmad took to his official Twitter account to state that he is confident that Ijeoma will definitely be apprehended by the security and prosecuted for beating a police officer as she admitted and aiding in murdering an alleged electorate at Star Times Estate, Ago Palace in Okota, Lagos State.
Here is Bashir Ahmad's post below;
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