Comrade Deji Adeyanju, a popular social media Influencer in twitter has been dragging the federal government over their refusal of sacking or relieving Isa Pantami of his official position and duty, amidst his controversial comments in the past, of his support to terrorists groups like the Al-quada and the Taliban, including individuals like Osama Bin Laden. Many twitter users has accused those of who has been lambasting the Buhari government of being jealous of those working for Buhari. In his statement released via his twitter handle, comrade Deji Adeyanju stated that there is a stigma associated with working for Buhari that will not be erased even in 40yrs. Below is the screenshot of his statement gotten from his twitter account;
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