Bashir Ahmad, President Muhammadu Buhari’s Special Assistant on Digital Communications, has taken to social media to mock the Labour Party’s (LP) Presidential candidate, Peter Obi, for his recent donation to flood victims in Anambra State.
According to Track News, Obi used his verified Twitter account earlier to publicize some items he donated to flood victims in the Ogbaru areas of Anambra, where he was a former Governor.
Loaves of bread, bags of rice, Indomie noodles, a generator, and other items are among the items shown in the presidential candidate’s photos.
“Earlier today, I also went to flood-ravaged Ogbaru, Anambra State, and the IDP Camp in Atani.” The infrastructure has been severely damaged. In solidarity with the people.
“I promised that my needs assessment visit would aid in the development of recommendations to Federal and donor agencies on priority recovery projects.”
“As part of my ongoing visits to flood-affected areas, I visited Anambra East and West with stakeholders Dr Tony Nwoye and Chief Peter “McPee” Aniekwe.” Houses were submerged up to their roofs.
“I’m still wondering why the FGN hasn’t formally declared a flood emergency and modalities for intervention,” Peter Obi tweeted.
Obi’s photos are shown below.
In a separate post on his personal social media account, Ahmad, however, mocked the presidential candidate for donating such items to flood victims.
“Wow,” he tweeted. Four bags of rice, 14 cartons of Indomie noodles, approximately 50 sets of blankets, 24 loaves of bread, and a generator, among other unconfirmed items, were donated to thousands of Anambra flood victims by the state’s former governor and current presidential candidate.”