Buhari’s former aide, Bashir Ahmad, mocks Peter Obi over visit to Mosque to break Ramadan fast with Muslims


Bashir Ahmad, a former aide to ex-President Muhammadu Buhari, has mocked the 2023 presidential candidate of Labour Party, Peter Obi, after he visited some muslims to break Ramadan fast with them on Monday, March 18.


Following his visit to the mosque, Obi wrote on his X account that his visit was an opportunity for him “to perform a scared duty in line with the Ramadan season.”


He tweeted: “I had the honour of travelling to Lafia in Nasarawa state, where I had the privilege of meeting with the Emir of Lafia, Honorable Justice Sidi Bage Muhammad JSC Rtd, a very revered, leader and also extended my courtesy to Governor Abdullahi Sule.


“This visit was more than a mere formality, it was a genuine expression of my deep respect and unwavering solidarity with the community,” Obi wrote.




Reacting, Bashir Ahmad said Obi was playing many scripts.


The former presidential aide wrote, “Peter Obi loves dramas; he would have to act in many scripts from now to 2027 and still end up producing an unsellable movie in the ballot boxes. I just watched his latest hit, his visit to a mosque in Nyaya where he joined Muslims during their breaking of the Ramadan fast.”


He added: “For eight years as a governor, Obi didn’t deem it fit to break fast with Muslims in Anambra even years after leaving office. 2027 politics is in the offing.”

Peter Obi shares spoon with a child as he breaks fast with Muslim community in Abuja


Peter Obi shares spoon with a child as he breaks fast with Muslim community in Abuja (video)

Peter Obi visited the Maraba-Nyanya International Market Central Mosque on the evening of Monday, March 18, 2024, to breakfast with the Muslim community.


In a video shared online, the former Governor of Anambra was seen eating from a disposable plate and spoon-feeding a boy with the same spoon he used.


The Muslim faithful gathered around Obi, watching him as he ate.


Afterwards, Obi, a practising Catholic, addressed the press on the mosque premises but the background noise made it difficult to hear him.



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