He made this known on his Opera News official page while reacting to the public's comments on "Buhari better than Awolowo Zik," what he said was twisted by an online journalist to generate hateful comments against him.
" President Buhari Is possibly the most credible politician we have seen in the country in contemporary times, with magnetic pull that draws people to him in droves. That was the point I was making last week in this column, but which an illiterate online journalist with an online medium twisted to say I claimed Buhari was better than Awolowo, Nnamdi Azikiwe, Aminu Kano, etall," said Adesina.
He said the illiterate online journalist succeeded in his mission in generating hateful comments against him.
" He succeeded in his mission: generating hateful comments against me, but I leave him to God for we shall all stand before the judgement seat of God to answer for what we have done, including all forms of lies against a fellow man. Our profession, or political and ethnic affiliations would no longer matter then." Said Adesina.
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