NIGERIA: ‘Leave Me Alone, Trump Didn’t Molest The Obamas’.. Former First Lady Patience Jonathan Warns Buhari

Patience Jonathan, former first lady, has asked Pres. Buhari to call Ibrahim Magu, acting chairman of EFCC, to order.

In an announcement sent to on Monday, Belema Meshack-Hart, boss press secretary to the previous first woman, stated: “We trust that she is methodically mistreated in view of her resolute help for her significant other amid the 2015 decisions,” the announcement read.

“President Buhari ought to be reminded that his significant other likewise bolstered him in every one of the decisions he challenged against her better half, previous President Jonathan, yet Dr. Jonathan did not anytime, complete individual feud or pursue Buhari’s significant other.

That is the standard practice in all majority rules systems around the globe. For example, Michelle Obama crusaded vivaciously for her husband in their last Presidential race, yet we are yet to see President Donald Trump move against her.

One thing is clear: No issue what they do to Mrs. Jonathan, she will keep on standing by her better half, the father of her children, regardless of the possibility that it implies paying the preeminent cost


She blamed Magu for tainting the picture of the administration, saying “it is great to take him back to the way of rationality”. Jonathan’s better half said she is the most denounced first woman ever

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She said it had got to the extent where all the “magnificent edifices in Abuja, Yenagoa or Port Harcourt” are presented to her.

“We implore President Buhari to call Magu and his goons to order so he does not further defile and do more damage to the dignity of the seat of the nation’s President.

The seat of the President of any country is sacred and the occupant must be respected. As a former First Lady, Mrs. Jonathan has been falsely called all manner of names, including drug peddler, by Magu’s well-oiled propaganda machinery,” the statement added.


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