Festus Keyamo Reacts To UberFacts Post Saying Tinubu Forfeited $46,000 Because It’s Drug Business Profit
The chief spokesperson of Tinubu’s Presidential Campaign Council, Festus Keyamo has reacted to UberFacts post bothering on the allegation of drug peddling against the Nigerian President-Elect, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu in America.
UberFacts, an online Web/App services with over 13 million followers on Twitter made a post on Monday about Tinubu’s drug case in the US.
Supporting the post with screenshot of documents, the online platform revealed how Tinubu forfeited a sum of 46000 US dollars to clear his name from the drug business allegation saying it is a proceed of tax to the government.
UberFacts maintained that the money was actually a proceed from heroine business carried out by the president- elect.
The post has generated massive tractions since it was made on twitter on Monday morning.
Reacting to the post, the former Minister of Labour and Employment said some desperados went to pay the owner of a Twitter handle to attempt to verify facts that are before the supreme court to decide upon.
Keyamo, who described it as ignorance and illiteracy made his views known on twitter in reaction to the development.
He wrote: “We have all been laughing our heads off since yesterday! Some desperados went to pay the owner of a Twitter handle to attempt to verify facts that are before our Supreme Court to decide upon. Twitter is now the overall Supreme Court for some people. Chai! Illiteracy & ignorance!”Follow us on social media