If Aisha Abba-Kyari thinks her outburst on Monday would be ignored because the family is mourning, then she is very wrong.
Aisha, who is one of the four children of the late Chief of Staff of the President, Major General Mohammadu Buhari (retd.), Abba Kyari, took to Instagram to vent her anger at what Nigerians on social media had meted out to her father even in death.
With the username crackeddiamond, she didn’t expect what followed suit.
From every of her post, trolls took over and must have inflicted emotional blows on the young woman.
Aisha, whose appointment at the Nigeria Sovereign Investment Authority in 2019 attracted much furore, had been dealt many blows than her father’s death.
Reminding her of her cosmopolitan lifestyle, which were depicted in her photos (most of which were taken abroad) many of the followers asked Aisha if she ever labored to get what she is enjoying.
Many trolls cursed the memories of the late Chief of Staff and not a few made her know that “Abba Kyari would not rest in peace as long as Nigeria’s unrest remains.”
Recall that on Monday, Aisha fired at Peter Okoye’s wife, Lola Omotayo.
Aisha, who is the Assistant Vice President at the Nigerian Sovereign Investment Authority, stated her grievances through her Instagram status update.
She wrote, “My daddy, Abba Kyari is gone. Evil ones still won’t shut up. You all claimed he was the root of your problems when he was alive, now he is gone, surely all your problems died with him. Allow us that love him grieve and mourn in peace.
“And Dear Lola Omotayo and co that were so curious about his whereabouts, I hope now that you know exactly where he is, you’re sleeping better at night.”
Her father, the late Borno-born Chief of Staff to the President, Mallam Abba Kyari, Kyari died of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) on April 17 in Lagos, though he had underlying health conditions.
His death was announced by the Presidency through the Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, Femi Adesina.
His remains were interred on Saturday April 18, 2020 at the Gudu Cemetery in Abuja.