Every Lie Has An Expiry Date – Lauretta Reacts As IPOB Sues Us Over Sale Of Aircraft To Nigeria

The special assistant to President Buhari on Social Media, Lauretta Onochie, has blasted the Indigenous People of Biafra, after it was reported that the group sued the United State government for selling a fighter aircraft to the Nigerian government.

According to reports, the proscribed IPOB instituted a lawsuit against the United States Secretary of State, Tony Blinken and Secretary of Defence, Lloyd Austin over their roles in the supply of A-29 Super Tucano military aircraft to the Nigerian military.

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Reacting to this, Lauretta Onochie said that the same IPOB members had earlier alleged that the United States refused to sell fighter jets to Nigeria.

Speaking through her Facebook timeline, Lauretta Onochie said that every lie has an expiry date.

She added that the IPOB members are going to feel the power of the A-29 Super Tucano aircraft.

She wrote; “IPOB Sues United States Secretaries Over Sale Of Fighter Aircraft To Assist Buhari Government – @SaharaReporters. But according to the same members of the #AntiNigeriaClub, United States refused to sell fighter jets to Nigeria. Every lie has an expiry date. The first batch of A-29 Super Tucano aircraft arrived Kano, on Thursday July 22, 2021 at about 12.34pm. Dem go hearam.”

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