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Aisha Yesufu Suffers Backlash As Tweeps Blast Her After Demanding Peter Obi’s Plans To End Police Brutality

Aisha Yesufu, a Nigerian Popular activist, has suffered backlash after she asked how Peter Obi, the Labour Party presidential candidate, plans to combat police brutality in the country if elected into office 2023.

One of the tweep, identified as Rinu Oduala, had asked, “How does Mr Peter Obi intend to tackle police brutality?”

Aisha Yesufu responding to said, “Peter Obi #PeterObi MUST provide the answer on how he is going to tackle police brutality. No ifs or buts about it!”

However, Tweeps Reacting to her comment on police brutality question which is now trending on Twitter platform, who think she shouldn’t have asked such question.

One of the Popular twitter user. Daniel Regha said, “Police brutality is an issue everyone running for political office needs to address, but Obi has spoken about this both on live TV & on social media; So it’s quite disappointing that Aisha Yesufu who’s supposed to be unifying Obidients is now caus!ng c¤nfusion. Activist indeed.”

Another identified tweep, Morris Monye said, “If Arise TV invited Aisha and asked her what is Peter Obi’s thoughts on police brutality, will she say ‘I don’t know’ or ‘Rufai, wait let me go and ask him again’ even though he has tweeted about it time and time again, I thought she said she has him on speed dial.”

One of the tweep Recalled that the Popular activist, Aisha Yesufu is on the campaign list of the Labour Party candidate ahead of the 2023 election, Nkem said, “Rinu and Aisha Yesufu saying PO must answer questions about police brutality (which he has already answered repeatedly) is ridiculous. #AishaYesufu is even on Peter Obi’s campaign list. If you do not believe in his ability to tackle these issues what convinced you to support him?”

Another tweep Promise said, “Which one is ‘MUST’? As a member of the Presidential Campaign Council, you should be addressing Rinu’s question pending when Peter Obi answers her again, even though he has spoken on the issue of police brutality repeatedly. You are now a team member, not a fan or supporter.”



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