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Are you wondering why Lola Omotayo Okoye, (the wife of popular singer Peter Okoye aka Mr.P) and Aisha Kyari, (the

daughter of late Chief of Staff to President Buhari, Abba KYARI) is currently trending? Well here goes the reason…

After the death of Abba Kyari, people via their social media handles said he was the real cause of the numerous problems of the country. According to people, he looted the country’s funds, caused crisis in major states, caused crisis between Muslims and Christians, wanted Buhari to Islamize the nation and was basically rulling the country for his friend- Muhammadu Buhari.

Now, it was gathered that when Abba Kyari returned to Nigeria from his Germany trip, he returned with Coronavirus aka COVID 19. He died some weeks back and was buried almost immediately.

Nigerians before Kyari’s death however asked about his whereabouts, but Kyari’s family and the federal government of Nigeria were so secretive about his whereabouts. One of such Nigerians concerned about his whereabouts was

Lola Omotola Okoye, who wondered how he looked like, the pains he was going through, the symptoms he experienced and where they were hiding his coronavirus body before his death. But non of these information was provided to Nigerians until his death, which they also refused to show the real person in the coffin.

So back to the story, Aisha Kyari was kind of angry with the way Nigerians were asking about the whereabouts of her sick father before his demise. After her father’s death, she gathered strength and answered all Nigerians, Lola Omotayo Okoye in particular, that were asking about her dad’s whereabouts. Aisha Kyari said her dad is in the grave. (Before nko, where dead body dey dey)

Aisha even went as far as telling Nigerians to shut up but the evil ones though. View her posts below…

Hmmm, what’s your take on this matter. Should she have called out Singer’s wife- Lola Omotayo Okoye? Hint us…

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