‘Those tweeting falsehood against Tinubu will die soon’ – Bayo Onanuga

The Media Director of the President-elect, Bola Tinubu, Bayo Onanuga, has issued a warning to those describing his principal as a drug dealer.

Onanuga warned that the days of those using some hashtags to blast Tinubu are numbered.

He said those behind the hashtags would face the wrath of God over malicious tweets against Tinubu.

Prior to the presidential election, Tinubu was accused of being a drug dealer when he was in the United States, US.

Some Nigerians had called for his arrest and a stop from participating in the presidential campaign.

Following his victory, some Nigerians have been calling for his arrest and imprisonment.

Responding, Onanuga tweeted: “All those sons of bitches tweeting the hashtags #TinubuTheDrugDealer#TinubuForPrison, your days are numbered.

“One day, you will face the wrath of the law and God for tweeting malicious falsehood about Nigeria’s President-Elect.”

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  1. But he has not denied it. Or do u tink it was not drug he carried, possibly drugs? Onanuga, shut up n close ur mouth. Any day u carry drugs, people will see u n start writing about it.

  2. Tinubu is a drug dealer. The whole world knows about it.

  3. And what can you do about it. Like it or nor he is your president under mm ticket

  4. APC, Prof Mahmood Yakubu, INEC must explain to Nigeria why the BVAS were not used during the presidential election. Tinubu may have had the highest number of votes announced by INEC but were those the number of lawful votes cast for him? Again, did he win the spread of the number of votes cast? Did he get 25% of the FCT? The answer is no, so why was he declared winner. Could INEC be sleeping on a bicycle?

    1. Omoooo, you're a big olodo ooo.. let me help your life sha


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