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El-rufai insults Ndi-igbo, attacks Nnamdi Kanu and threatened rape


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Bello and Bashir, two sons of Governor of Kaduna state, Nasir El-rufai thrown caution to wind and insulted the South East Region of the country.

This is not the first time that El-rufai’s son will insult the South Eastern part of the country.

ElombahNews recalled that Bashir gloated about the massacre of Igbos in the north via the 1966 counter coup amidst other ethnic slurs on southern Nigerians.

But, he latter apologized about his statement on Ndi-Igbo, he said, ” I regret my words. Could have been put forward in a better way. It was insensitive and in the polity we currently are in it was dangerous and unnecessary.

“So I apologize. The object of my points could have been delivered better.”

However, Bello El-rufai on twitter handle threatened to rape one to rape the mother of the Twitter user in a private message over an argument on politics.

Trouble started when El-rufai son said, ” there is nothing as radioactive as an inactive leader during the time of crisis. The United States of America is case in point . A few states in Nigeria. ”

However, a Twitter user named Consigliere with the handle @oewonah, said Bello should rather focus on Nigeria’s President, Maj.Gen Muhammadu Buhari (retd.)

He insisted that the American President was miles ahead of Buhari and even Bello’s father, el-Rufai, in terms of quality leadership.

Consigliere wrote, “He (Bello) can’t call Buhari out for his ineptitude yet he’s calling Trump names? Did he vote Trump?”

Rufai’s son, however, decided to rain expletives on the man who disagreed with him and also insulted his ethnicity.

He tweeted, “Tell your mother I’m passing her to my friends tonight. No Igbo sounds please! Tueh.”

Bello further stated that Buhari was completing the Second Niger Bridge in the South-East, a feat which former President Goodluck Jonathan could not attain despite being supported by Igbo.

He also insulted the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu.

He tweeted, “Your mother is the main whore of the South-East. I can’t reply you publicly. F**k Kanu and take a picture of the Second Niger Bridge, thanks to Buhari. My mentions are mine. If a Sunday bastard makes up lies and drags my father, his mother will be games. If he doesn’t want it, he shouldn’t mention me. The crowd has never phased (sic) me…

In her reaction, former Minister of Education, Mrs. Oby Ezekwesili, scolded Bello el-Rufai, for threatening to rape the mother of someone who disagreed with him on social media.

Ezekwesili, who also served in the same federal cabinet as Bello’s father during the administration of former President Olusegun Obasanjo, said this on Twitter on Sunday.

She tweeted, “Did I just see horrific tweets from your handle threatening gang-rape? What was that? Why the ethnic vitriol toward Igbos? What’s that, Bello? Too tragic!

“You need to not just immediately apologise for those vile tweets but get into an anger management program quickly.

“I have maintained that we can disagree without being disagreeable. We can object without being objectionable. Healthy debates and divergences that arise are important for democratic development of societies.”

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