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Presidency forced to respond to Zahra Buhari’s alleged tweets following enquiries by foreign govts

Presidency forced to respond to Zahra Buhari’s alleged tweets following enquiries by foreign govts

The presidency has released a statement in response to the alleged Twitter tirade through the handle of one of the president’s daughters, Zahra Buhari.

In the contentious tweet, Zahra called US president Barack Obama unsavoury names following the recent US Supreme Court decision that legalised gay unions in that country.

In a statement signed by Garba Shehu, the president’s special assistant on Media and Publicity, the presidency disowned the twitter account and said it does not belong to Zahra.

Read the statement below:

The attention of the Presidency has been drawn to unauthorized and unexpected Tweets by an account falsely linked to Zahra Buhari, one of the daughters of President Muhammadu Buhari.

Following enquiries by a few foreign missions on the raging online controversy about unsavory comments against some foreign leaders purportedly made by her, we wish to state categorically that Zahra is indeed on Twitter but the offending handle @Zahra_Buhari has stopped being her own for a long time since it was compromised by hackers.

Tweets by this handle are therefore not her own and should be disregarded and considered as the work of hackers seeking to cause mischief between this country and other friendly states.

Zahra’s authentic handle is @ZmBuhari and any handle other than this on Twitter should be considered as fake and therefore fraudulent.

It also pertinent to state at this point that neither the wife of the President, Mrs. Aisha Buhari nor the other children are presently on Twitter, Facebook or the various other platforms.

As they the explore the possibilities on this new territory, we request the general public to ignore the many accounts on various platforms in their names that currently exist. Such accounts, beside the authentic one cited above in the name of Zahra are unauthorized and therefore fake.

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