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“Buhari, A Walking Corpse Should Reply Me, Shut Up!” – Fani-Kayode Quiets Lauretta Onochie

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Former Minister of Aviation, Femi Fani-Kayode, has reacted to comments by Personal Assistant to President Muhammadu Buhari on Social Media, Lauretta Onochie.

She had on Friday said the relationship between the President and the Acting President, Yemi Osinbajo, will remain cordial beyond 2023.

In his response, FFK said Onochie should shut up and that “the walking corpse that she works for should speak for itself. Then I will respond.”

Fani-Kayode had criticized Osinbajo for saying Buhari treats him like a son.

FFK-LAURETTA ONOCHIEReacting, Onochie expressed surprise that Fani-Kayode could not understand “father/son relationship, respect, decency and loyalty,” saying, “No he can’t. He doesn’t possess the capacity to even begin to comprehend any sort of relationship. None!”

She added that nobody can create enemity between Buhari and Osinbajo, as the bond they share is personal.

“As it was in the beginning… So it is now…And so shall it be till 2023 and thereafter,” Onochie wrote.

Firing back Saturday morning, Fani-Kayode said: “There is an ugly duckling that washes toilets in the Villa called Loretta who is running her mouth.

“Truth is I don’t respond to hired help especially when they look like a used tampon.

“For me to respond to such an ugly, lousy and shallow creature she would first need to get a facelift and then a big promotion.

“Let the walking corpse that she works for wake up and speak for itself. Then I will respond.”

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