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DSS DG’s son body shames Teni for ‘disrespecting’ Buhari

Abba Bichi, a footballer and son of Director-General of State Security Services, Yusuf Magaji Bichi, has accused singer Teni, of being disrespectful to President Muhammadu…

Abba Bichi, a footballer and son of Director-General of State Security Services, Yusuf Magaji Bichi, has accused singer Teni, of being disrespectful to President Muhammadu Buhari.

Daily Trust had reported how President Buhari on Tuesday conferred the National Honours Award on 447 persons at the International Conference Centre, Abuja.

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Teni, who was among those honoured, walked away after receiving the award from the President, an action which sparked mixed reactions.

In an Instagram post, Bichi described her as an “Orobo with zero sense”.

He claimed that she was disrespectful to the President even when eminent Nigerians like the Director-General of the World Trade Organization, Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala and other high-ranking government officials bowed to him while receiving their awards.

“Orobo with zero sense even her excellency Okonjo bowed down her head as a sign of respect to the president and commander in chief of the armed forces likewise other high-ranking government officials. Who are you not to respect the president? This is disgusting and disturbing. Yoruba people are best known for their respect for elders but it got to your turn and you decided to be arrogant,” he wrote

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