PHOTO: Lai Mohammed Spotted Sleeping At An Exhibition Ahead Of The 58th Independence Day
Nigeria’s Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, was pictured sleeping during an event to mark the country’s Independence Day Celebration.
Here is the photo of Lai Mohammed sleeping at the exhibition ahead of the Independence Day Celebration below;
This is coming few days after the Edo State Government reacted to pictures of Godwin Obaseki sleeping, while President Muhammadu Buhari was delivering his speech at the United Nation’s conference in New York.
A statement signed by Crusoe Osagie, the special adviser to the governor on media and communication strategy, said Mr Obaseki can also experience fatigue and exhaustion, an indisputable fact of life, to which all humans are susceptible.
“The disparagers have populated the internet with photographs of the governor when he momentarily succumbed to fatigue after a long flight, preceded by a chaotic itinerary in Edo State before heading to New York for the 73rd session of the United Nations General Assembly, in the United States of America.
“The idle hands and mischievous minds behind the smear campaign against governor Obaseki are clearly not people to be taken seriously.”
Highlighting his work schedule prior to the trip, Mr Osagie said despite Mr Obaseki’s rare work culture, unmatched by his peers, “we have never portrayed him as a machine.”
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