Mr. Adesina, in his habitual deceptive and diversionary manner, embarked on insults, shadow-chasing and fouling of the media space with uncouth language.
The war of words between the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), and the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC), seems to have taken a personal twist.
Olisa Metuh the National Publicity Secretary of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), issued a statement warning Femi Adesina, President Buhari’s media aide, not to insult him.
A statement, signed by Metuh’s aide, Richard Ihediwa, said “Mr. Adesina, in his habitual deceptive and diversionary manner, left the critical issues of governance raised by Sunday’s press conference addressed by the PDP National Publicity Secretary, Chief Olisa Metuh, and as usual, embarked on insults, shadow-chasing and fouling of the media space with uncouth language."
Adding that “This office has noted Mr. Adesina’s several previous unwarranted personal attacks and insults deliberately targeted at the person of the PDP National Publicity Secretary, in his desperate attempt to impress his paymaster and retain his job."
“Our answer remains that inasmuch as we know that this Presidency aide lacks depth on his current assignment and has no credible defence, being overwhelmed in his job of trying to launder the image of this government, the characteristic resort always, to lies, malice and vituperations should not be an option," the statement said.