Dele Momodu blasts Buhari Media organisation for calling him Diezani’s errandboy

Dele Momodu blasts Buhari Media organisation for calling him Diezani's errandboy

Dele Momodu blasts Buhari Media organisation for calling him Diezani’s errandboy

Dele Momodu blasts Buhari Media organisation for calling him Diezani's errandboy

Dele Momodu, a journalist has blasted the members of Buhari Media Organization for calling him Diezani’s lackey.

The group launched recent attacks on his person over the embattled former Minister of Petroleum, Diezani Alison-Madueke.

In his statement, Dele Momodu said that since his interview with Diezani Allison-Madueke where he revealed she had cancer, members of the organization have ”been angry and throwing tantrums like babies deprived of lollipops.”

He stated that the accused persons claimed that Diezani’s cancer story was false yet they expect Nigerians to believe the story of President Buhari going to the UK to treat an undisclosed ailment and returning to Nigeria afterwards.

He said that if President Buhari can be healed of his undisclosed ailment and fully recover thereafter, then Deizani can enjoy the same privilege.

Read his statement below

“THE BUHARI MEDIA ORGANIZATION IS AN ASSOCIATION OF MEDIA VULTURES

My attention has just be drawn to a release by a group that calls itself The Buhari Media Organization calling me a lackey of former Minister of Petroleum, Mrs Diezani Alison-Madueke.

Ever since I interviewed the embattled woman about five years ago, they have been angry and throwing tantrums like babies deprived of lollipops. But my question is who are those calling anyone a lackey?

These are shameless vultures who, out of joblessness, turned themselves into attack dogs. Please, show me one of them who can be described as accomplished in any field of human endeavor. Nigeria is the only country where government waste scarce resources on parasites who can’t even defend their own existence talk less of a President.

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What is there to defend in a government that promised so much but delivered so little? I wonder why they blame everyone for their failure and frustrations. I did my job professionally and ethically by interviewing Mrs Alison-Madueke. I stand by my story that she was nursing cancer.”

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