Pantami Resign Now continues to trend after links to al-Qaeda
There is news about the Minister of Communications and Digital Economy in the Federal Republic of Nigeria Isa Pantami.
After a video circulated on social media that Pantami is an Al-Qaeda sympathizer and Osama Bin Laden’s supporter there have been calls for his resignation.
The resignation of Pantami as a Minister in the Federal Republic of Nigeria is dominating the trends,
The keyword Pantami Resign Now continues to trend and here are the best reactions below.
Pantami has now renounced his extremist views? Logically, that is an admission of guilt — that he's an extremist.
The honourable thing to do now is for him to resign. Failure, we'll force him out of office by mass action. It is the patriotic thing to do. #PantamiResignNow
— FESTUS OGUN (@mrfestusogun) April 17, 2021
Today is 18th of April, 2021 and Isa Pantami, Al-Qaeda sympathizer and Osama Bin Laden's supporter is still the Minister of Communications and Digital Economy in the Federal Republic of Nigeria.#PantamiResignNow
— Ayemojubar (@ayemojubar) April 18, 2021
My only problem with Pantami is how he deceived us by showing his fake concern over Boko Haram killings during Good-Luck Jonathan's tenure, but today B/Haram, Banditry and kidnapping is a normal thing in Arewa and Pantami is no longer crying. #PantamiResignNow
— Abdul-Aziz Na'ibi Abubakar (@jrnaib2) April 17, 2021
"I was young when I made some of the comments; I was in university, some of the comments were made when I was a teenager." – Isa Pantami
This is not about age. I was once a teenager too – and I never supported killing people of different religions or beliefs. #PantamiResignNow
— Ayo Sogunro (@ayosogunro) April 18, 2021
Kemi Adeosun resigned over forgery.
Stella Oduah resigned over corruption allegations.
Everyone condemned them and non asked for forgiveness to continue as a minister.
Pantami ‘s case won’t be different.
A supporter of Taliban and al-quaeda. #PantamiResignNow
— ONYEDIKACHUKWU ANAMBRA (@OnyedikaAnambra) April 18, 2021
— Dokun Ojomo (@DokunOjomo) April 18, 2021