Nigerians criticize Aisha Buhari and the DSS for arresting Aminu Adamu

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Aisha Buhari, the first lady, and the Department of State Services (DSS) are under fire over the detention of a young Nigerian following a tweet.

Aminu Adamu, a student at the Federal University in Dutse, Jigawa State, is currently in custody for making a weight-related remark about Aisha.

The student tweeted “Su mama anchi kudin talkawa ankoshi” (The mother has become larger by gorging on the money of the people) in June 2022.

Many people responded to the article that implied First Lady Aisha Buhari profited from alleged corrupt activities.

Friends of Aminu said that the tweet was a protest against the eight-month Academic Staff Union of Universities strike (ASUU).

Thousands of students were so enraged by the industrial action that they created films, remarks, and protests against the administration.

Nigerians are calling for Aminu to be tried right away or released after the Peoples Gazette exposed his suffering.

The 23-year-old was detained on campus on November 8 about midday and was only permitted to communicate with his father, Shalele Azare Adamu.

Aisha Buhari was trending on Twitter as of Sunday night with more than 60,000 mentions as people put pressure on the government to release the student.

The DSS holding a citizen for “mockery” is petty, absurd, and unlawful, according to legal expert Inibehe Effiong.

Effiong has pledged that careless abuse of power will not be permitted and maintains that Nigeria is neither Iran, North Korea, or China.

According to the rights activist, Mrs. Aisha Buhari should have sued Muhammad for libel if she felt he had defamed her.

A youth was detained by the secret police, according to Effiong, who said that this was “another example of the culture of blatant impunity that pervades the Buhari dictatorship.”

The way Mrs. Aisha Buhari has used the state apparatus to settle personal grudges is unacceptable; it is draconian and oppressive. He said, “The DSS has no jurisdiction in this matter.

Investigative Reporter David Hundeyin referenced a 2013 tweet from the APC United Kingdom verified account in one of his several responses to the issue.

“Death notice (2) Survived by GEJ (Ex-President Goodluck Jonathan) and Shepopotamus” (supposed allusion to Patience Jonathan)…

At Aso Rock, there will be a funeral. Please, no sycophants or flowers,” it says.

David noted that the tweet was about the First Lady who was still in office and said, “The sky did not fall. So please completely ignore me while you speak. Bullying by Aisha Buhari has just begun.

“They arrested Aminu for harassing Aisha Buhari, and now thousands of Aminus have appeared on Twitter,” tweeted @SadiqMaunde. Nigerians are truly banding together to fight their oppressors; may we bring this rage with us to the polls.

@AishaYesufu: “Who is Aisha Buhari for a citizen to be unable to speak about her? Those of you discussing her alleged powers need to consider whether you are free people or slaves.

@Oluomoofderby: “Aisha Buhari can employ the DSS to apprehend someone who offended her, but the DSS is powerless to apprehend those responsible for the burning and stoning to death of Deborah Samuel. The murderers of Deborah are unpunished in Sokoto state. Nigeria is a nation with no laws.

@firstladyship: “Aisha Buhari sent the DSS to arrest Aminu rather than spare him because he is Arewa. We are engaged in combat with a cohesive group of the old guard. Between the political class and common Nigerians, a class war will take place in 2023.

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