Former Ganduje's aid, Salihu Tanko Yakasai advice Nigerian minister Pantami to sue all newspapers that published the fake story of his alledged inclusion on US watchlist of sponsors of terrorism.
The Kano politician tweeted that Pantami's image is already tarnished and the news went viral in almost every social media platforms. Yakasai advice Pantami to sue them untill the scapegoat is found and punished accordingly.
The post in full;
"Dear @DrIsaPantami dan Allah don't accept this retraction. Get a very good team of SANs & sue all of them. Story has gone viral, they've already tarnished ur name & we definitely need to find a scapegoat in these useless junk online propaganda outlets."
The minister himself retweeted the post and vows to involve his lawyers. The minister is falsely accused of being included in US watchlist.
Earlier today, several news outlets published the story that Pantami vis included in US watchlist for terrorism sponsors and the story is now the most trending in social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter.
The presidency also rubbishes the accusation as baseless and unfounded.
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