Former Presidential aspirant, Adamu Garba has accused Dele Momodu, a media personality of making divisive statements amid the #EndSARS protests that are currently sweeping across the country.
Both tackled each other on Twitter following the current state of the nation. It all started after Dele Momodu reshared a video of #EndSARS protesters singing along to the song of veteran singer, Eedris Abdulkareem’s hit “Jaga-Jaga’. Adamu reacted to the video, alleged that it is aimed at de-marketing Nigeria.
Nigerian can never ever be jagaga. Maybe the singer is. Nigerian leaders at all levels can be jagaga but Nigeria cannot and will never ever be Jagaga. Nigeria is a nation of promise and will rise into its greatest potential soon. Down with de-marketers of Nigeria!
As the exchange ensued, Adamu was asked to listen to the lyrics which centered on Nigeria being ran by selfish and incompetent leaders, Adamu then accused Dele Momodu of promoting a divisive action like Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of IPOB.
However after Dele Momodu fired back by asking if the good behaviour he is recommending or promoting is the same one that allows ”bandits to overrun some substantial parts of Nigerian soil or the ones that allow some hardened criminals to run riots and be pampered while smaller flies are killed,” Adamu went on the defensive by saying “security is a collective effort”.
See Their Twitter exchange below;
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