She tweeted, “If Eastern Security Network or Amotekun start bombing and kidnapping students in Nigeria. Would President Buhari negotiate and pay them ransom as he's doing to Boko Haram and bandits?.”
According to her tweet, she is disappointed seeing Buhari's Government negotiating and Paying killers bandits and Boko Haram.
See how people reacted on Twitter below.
@adesanya: He might intend to pay but you see ehn there are some oloriburuku alatenuje baba Yoruba politicians that will say “don’t pay them anything, we know them and how to get them.”
@ndubuisi: Yorubas having been most educated and exposed wouldn't go into such, more so by their cowardly nature they wouldn't delve into such. They excel in Gee world... Hush-puppy!
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