http://thehistoryhacker.com/2013/08/12/the-law-of-unintended-consequences-and-the-paper-of-unintended-all-nighters/ Speaking in a recent interview to mark the Democracy Day, Jamiu had angered Nigerians when he said “My father and this President primarily have the same objective.”
Some of Nigerians who expressed their anger on Twitter said if Jamiu’s words were true, it was all thanks to God his father never ruled the country.
For some others, Jamiu is a disappointment to his father for making such assertion.
Here are some reactions:
@Angelsgo2, “Thank God your father never became president.”
@Nj99625368, “If the agenda your father had was to make Nigeria insecure for its citizens, then no wonder Babangida did not allow him to have a taste of his triumph. We must be wasting our time trying to remember him today then.”
@Sunnyx, “Am sure you are not real son of Abiola.”
@lanreafo, “It’s either you didn’t know your father or 2015 and 2019 should have taken the same path as the post-June 12 cancellation. This is because Abacha had ‘better’ agenda that Buhari.”
@dirisy, “All these things happening in Nigeria both the good and bad was your father’s agenda?”
@de_mek_venture, “Are you telling us that your father has no vision?”
@Ucheclive, “Your father’s ghost will hunt you , because of money, you betrayed your late father . Ode.”
@Uyime_Ocean, “If so then thank God and Nigerians that his father was not allowed to execute such a porous and no direction agenda.”
@Collinsohiri, “Hunger has made this one flip. Even your dad a great man will be disappointed at you.”