23 May 2018

Nigeria: Buhari/Obasanjo Faceoff - Lauretta Onochie Sets Up #OBJWhereIsThePower?

Photo: African Arguments
Former president Olusegun Obasanjo.

Lauretta Onochie, Personal Assistant to President Muhammadu Buhari on Social Media has tweeted so much today that she has even set up an #OBJWhereIsThePower? and asked Nigerians to show their own #OBJWhereIsThePower photo and if they get the most likes, they stand a chance of winning a T-shirt and a Fez Cap.

After spending $16 billion,#OBJWhereIsThePower

Show us your #OBJWhereIsThePower photo on Facebook and if you get the most likes, you win a Buhari T-shirt and a Fez Cap. The second winner wins a T-shirt and the third winner takes home a Fez-cap.

Join here:https://t.co/mhZbrtqedK pic.twitter.com/d9R0ruZIO3

-- Lauretta Onochie (@Laurestar) May 23, 2018

After Spending $16 billion, where is the Power?

- @MBuhari

It's in Volumes 1-3 of my book "My Watch"

- OBJ.

Plug in your appliances, Nigerians, and enjoy the Power.

- Me. pic.twitter.com/d6ryssEJqU

-- Lauretta Onochie (@Laurestar) May 23, 2018

President Muhammadu Okechukwu Buhari is meeting Ndigbo at the point of their needs.

It's not just politics.

It's not just talking.

It's doing.#PMBInTheSouthEast

Take a look. pic.twitter.com/sHFwlioc9j

-- Lauretta Onochie (@Laurestar) May 21, 2018


After spending $16 billion, #OBJWhereIsThePower

Show us your #OBJWhereIsThePower photo and if you get the most likes, you win a T-shirt and a Fez Cap. The second winner wins a T-shirt and the... https://t.co/2wBXWtkp9c

-- Lauretta Onochie (@Laurestar) May 23, 2018

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