The Ezekwesili vs Buhari report was published by some media houses and spread via social media platform, Whatsapp.
Former minister for education, Oby Ezekwesili has denied reports that she said President Muhammadu Buhari, and not his predecessor, Goodluck Jonathan, is to blame for the current economic recession in the country.
The report was published by some media houses and spread via social media platform, Whatsapp.
Ezekwesili subsequently made the denial via her official Twitter handle. She wrote:
“Amazing how LACKEYS of the previous FG are OBSESSED with attacking Oby Ezekwesili & yet SHAMELESSLY STEAL same name to author their trash.”
“People Deceiving People folks LIE AS USUAL| "Buhari, not Jonathan, caused recession – BBOG founder, Oby Ezekwesili"”
“How an unscrupulous mind wrote that trash and attributed it to me tells a lot about the health of this society. God’s Judgement awaits you.”
Ezekwesili, who’s the leader of the Bring Back Our Girls (BBOG) movement, recently expressed her displeasure at the government after she and other members of the group were harassed by police while conducting a protest in Abuja.