Personal Assistant to President Buhari on social media, Lauretta Onochie, has lampooned Dele Momodu for crediting Acting President Yemi Osinbajo with the improvements in foreign exchange and engagement with the public.
Momodu had praised Osinbajo for charting a new path for the country in his weekly column tagged “Pendulum”.
Onochie, however, disagreed with him, saying “its sad Dele Momodu is clever by half”
On her twitter handle, Lauretta wrote “With a mindset like this, it’s not hard to work out that Dele Momodu is too clever by half. If he does not understand “Team”, how can he understand “Team Spirit”?
“The President and the Acting President have a great understanding of what it means to be a team. They respect, consult and collaborate with each other. Sync”.
Dele Momodu is used to the “Leaders behaving badly” ways of leadership where deputies do not dare breathe without the permission of the Principal.
I have no doubt that Dele Momodu runs his Corruption-friendly business empire that way. He decides alone and imposes on his staff.
The difference between Buhari/Osinbajo and Jonathan/What’s his name, administrations is not only the anti and pro-corruption. One is a team, the other wasn’t.
While Nigerians are applauding the cohesive team spirit that exits between our President and our VP, Dele Momodu is using it to earn his keep from his corrupt friends.
It’s common knowledge that under this administration, all businesses whose foundation was built on corruption, will collapse. Did I hear a loud OVATION?
As an image maker and a friend of the corrupt especially of those who raped our nation, has Dele Momodu stopped to ask where his fees are coming from? Stolen funds?
Dele Momodu must borrow some common sense from some of our youth who are educated and who know the meaning of “Team”. Here’s one from Japheth J Omojuwa.
It’s not lost on Nigerians that Dele Momodu helped to encourage corruption by providing a platform for our corrupt nouveau rich to massage their corrupt ego.
Dele Momodu has taken a stand for corruption. He must now understand that the respect that exists between our two leaders, is stronger than his love for the corrupt.
Nigerians are learning again, that a President can delegate to the Vice so the benefit will go to Nigerians, not just to them.
Dele Momodu can no longer hide his disdain for the war on corruption. But joining accidental Social Media practitioners in this way is to say the least, sickening!
One thing is certain. Nigerians are learning from a credible team that great respect, friendship, collaboration and consultations are possible between workmates”.
Say “No’ To Dele Momodu’s divisive stance. It’s selfish, self-centred and egocentric. He alone, stands to gain. END. Thanks for retweeting”