The official aide to President Muhammadu Buhari, Lauretta Onochie has recently taken to her official Twitter handle to reply to a question that was thrown to her by the IPAN Africa, a pro-Nigeria group of Igbo patriots. According to the question which was thrown open only to the handle of Igbo politicians such as Uche Ekwunife, Geoffrey Onyeama, Ifeanyi Ubah, Godwin Maduka, and the rest who were tagged in the tweet so as to draw their response to it, IPAN asked Onochie and the others on whether their political ambition is more important than the lives of Ndigbo, as they went further to request her to say about the present situation in South East.
Lauretta who took to her official Twitter handle hours after the tweet surfaced went ahead to deliver her answer and opinion in regards to the question. The official aide stated that leaders of Ndigbo must take charge of their region, as she stressed that nature abhors a vacuum. Lauretta who went further to speak in parables in a bid to explain what she meant, said that wherever leaders are silent and play to the gallery, vultures must crown themselves kings. While summarizing her tweet, she also said that what they all need is co-operation to deal with these people perpetuating their activities of secession in the East as she tagged them as 'monsters' while avoiding to mention names.
See the question below and her response to it.
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