Lauretta Onochie went really ballsy in her attack on former Vice President Atiku Abubakar who just ditched the ruling APC.
The Twitter handler for President Muhammadu Buhari said Atiku could have been a bomb directing in Nollywood instead of pottering about in Nigerians“testosterone-pumping” politics.
Atiku claimed the APC leadership has clamped down on democracy and neglected the youth.
But Onochie wouldn’t believe that.
She said Atiku is “just like footballers on loan, who can decide to stay or return home. Atiku always returns home.”
She described him as a self-absorbing politician who cannot “be of any support for the Nigerian youths” he claims to have concern.
In the scathing post, Onichie said ,“He has a history of always being pushed to the background. This same reason for leaving home, PDP to his temporary home APC, is the same reason he is now giving for returning home.
“This history has its background in wanting to control everything. This shows he’s not a Team Player. Wherever he’s playing, Home (PDP) or Away (ACN, APC), he wants to CONTROL everything. He cannot stand the idea of attention shifting for a second to other people. He should consider being a Director in the movies, not politics and definitely not the Nigerian political space, fully occupied by testosterone-pumping, ego-flaunting people.
“It’s his way or the highway! How can such self-absorbing man be of any support for the Nigerian youth. You listen to him and all you hear is “#MeMineAndI”. Let him step back and project a Nigerian youth and he will be taken seriously by the Nigerian youth.
“No matter where we go, our hearts are always at home. It’s not different for Alh. Atiku Abubakar Home for him is PDP. Wherever he goes, just like footballers on loan, who can decide to stay or return home, Atiku always returns home. Just as with the past, this time also, he has returned to his vomit.
“I just hope he goes with all the confusions and divisions he orchestrated within the APC in a bid to take CONTROL of the party. Thankfully, he failed. Woefully! God bless Nigeria,” she wrote.