A Nigerian lady and mother of Quintuplets, Yeyeluwa Oluwatoyin Ashabi, who shared photos of Nigeria’s Minister of Information, Lai Mohammed carrying her children, was dragged into a funny exchange with an Instagram follower.
The mother of Quintuplets, who already has 4 daughters was blessed with three boys and a girl just after she begged God to bless her with a son. Congratulating her on her Instagram post, a friend told her that since she allowed Lai Mohammed to carry her children, they will now be inclined to lie to her all the time.
Well, she rejected the funny comment. The photos came with this caption;
We Appreciate Your Visit Our Amiable Minister Of Information Chief Layi Muhammed,Special Advicer To President Buhari,D Permanent Secretary,D State Ministers.On Behalf of Honourable&Chief Mrs Olusegun Dokun Odebunmi,We Say God Bless You Real Good
Here’s the exchange below;
The exchange above surfaced just after Minister of Information, Lai Mohammed told Nigerians that Nigeria is in safe hands.
The Minister said this at a mini town hall meeting with the staff of the Nigerian Embassy in Madrid, Spain, and a cross section of Nigerians living in the European country on Saturday.
He said despite the fake news spread across the country through various Media, Nigeria is making steady progress, especially in revamping the economy, tackling insecurity and fighting corruption – the three cardinal programmes of the Buhari Administration.
“Don’t believe everything you read on the Social Media. Nigeria is neither at war nor in crisis. Contrary to what you may be reading on the Internet, the Buhari Administration is putting Nigeria on a solid footing, after the years that were eaten by the locust.” he said
The Minister said the Preident Buhari’s Administration’s achievements should be evaluated against the background of the tough challenges that it has faced since coming into office on 29 May 2015..
“It is said that if you don’t know where you are coming from, you won’t know where you are going,” he said, listing the drastic fall in the price of crude oil, the low foreign reserves at $24 billion, the fact that the federal government was borrowing to pay workers’ salaries, and the fact that many states were unable to pay salaries as some of those challenges”