Obinna Nwosu, one of the governorship aspirants in Abia State has advised Dr Isa Ali Pantami, the Minister of Communication and Digital Economy, concerning the threats he has been subjected to for some days now.
The young Politician advised Pantami to always mind what he says, in the mosque, office, and maybe at home because going forward, the international community may be monitoring every word that comes out from his mouth.
Obinna told Pantami that at age 48, he will no longer pass for a teenager, advised him to preach love and unity only.
Reacting to his advice, some Nigerians found it offensive. Some argued that Pantami deserve to resign. Some said that Obinna is supposed to advise Pantami to resign instead what he advised him to do. Some others found the advise worthy.
Recall that many Nigerians have been demanding Dr Isa Ali Pantami's resignation over his pro-terrorist comments in the past which he initially denied, but letter accepted. He also stated that that was in the past, and that he has changed now.
Recall also that Federal Government has declared their support for Pantami confirming that he has really changed.
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