You Will Become Jobless When All Chibok Girls Are Released– Presidency Blast Aisha Yesufu


President Muhammadu Buhari’s aide on Social Media matters, Lauretta Onochie, has written an open letter to a co-convener of the Bring Back Our Girls, BBOG group, Aisha Yesufu.
Recall that Mrs. Yesufu had in a video footage she shared on twitter, called for the resignation of President Muhammadu Buhari, citing health issues that have frustrated economic activities in the country.
President Muhammadu Buhari’s aide on Social Media matters, Lauretta Onochie, has written an open letter to a co-convener of the Bring Back Our Girls, BBOG group, Aisha Yesufu.
Recall that Mrs. Yesufu had in a video footage she shared on twitter, called for the resignation of President Muhammadu Buhari, citing health issues that have frustrated economic activities in the country.
“I do hope you are feeling a bit better than you did at the point you had a meltdown or better still, a recorded video nervous breakdown, over a government Nigerians say is serving them better.
“Most Nigerians were shocked and are still confused at your tantrum. Nigerians understood and identified with your frustration at not being able to get the government of Pres. Jonathan to take responsibilities for the missing girls.
“Nigerians and the whole world were with you and the rest of the #BBOG campaign team. I joined in the UK, helping to drum up support internationally, for the campaign to free our girls.

“But your childish tantrum and incoherent ranting at Pres. Buhari were totally uncalled for especially as it is less than two weeks since 83 of the Chibok girls, gained their freedom, under the government of Muhammadu Buhari and yes, Acting President Osinbajo.
“Over the nearly two years since the inception of this government, you have turned the campaign on its head and the campaign is taking a personal and malicious dimension. That’s what long campaigns do to those who set out to engage in campaigns with personal and selfish motives embedded.
“Aisha, the warning signs are all there that it’s now all about you. You began to feel that if an advocacy does not submit to the #BBOG format, then it’s wrong. What the whole world wants is for the girls to be rescued and brought home to their loved ones. That’s the point. The focal point.
“You also began to feel that the captivity of our missing girls weighs more heavily on your heart than on the hearts of President Buhari, Acting Pres. Osinbajo and others.
“Consequently, when the Wife of the President, Mrs. Aisha Buhari, launched a book in honour of the missing girls and donated all the proceeds to the Chibok and the Buni Yadi parents, all hell broke loose because she did not obtain permission from you.
“You obviously have a skewed view of your place in our nation. You are not the one who decides how people render support to others. You have lost touch with the reality that how we contribute to the advocacy, differ from person to person.
“Again, you began to forget that #BBOG is not a franchise and so you do not have the exclusive rights to run the campaign. You lost the ability to respect, appreciate and accommodate others’ styles and contributions towards the campaign to bring our girls home.
“For someone who has become obviously obsessed with the idea that the #BBOG campaign platform is now a personal business venture, it can be very frustrating to see the whole world, showering praises on President Muhammadu Buhari for the return of some of the girls.
“Ordinarily, what could have been a source of joy and pride for you too, has become a source of anger because in your warped mind, you did it all alone and only you deserve the accolades.
“But the accolades on President Buhari are well deserved.
“The government of President Buhari, like any other responsible and responsive government across the world, is definitely doing a lot of things differently from the previous administration which has culminated in the return of not only some of our Chibok Girls but also, thousands of Nigerians from the North East who were also abducted and taken into captivity.

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