Facebook User, Na-Allah Mohammed Zagga of Atiku Media put up a write up on his Facebook page to criticise Idris Ajimobi for caressing his new wife Fatima Ganduje in public.
In a post he titled, “Can you live by double standard without losing your credibility?”, Mohammed Zagga says,
“Emir Muhammadu Sanusi’s daughter was once ferociously assailed for her “morally offensive” Western style of dressing and one Professor had even demanded her father to apologize for allowing his daughter to bring the Muslim ummah into disrepute. Today, Ganduje’s daughter Fatima is involved in the same “offensive” dressing. In fact, hers takes the biscuit because it involves open caressing, smooching and the fondling of her bristols by her honey Idris Ajimobi!
But these critics are curiously silent. Why? Is telling truth to power now selective or reserved only for soft targets like Sanusi because he is not politically powerful like a Governor? Daurawa, the Hisban boss or the morality police chief, is an unapologetic critic of leaders that offend Islamic values. What happened he has lost his voice, despite being the moral compass of our society? Has his courage crumbled because this time it involves Governor Ganduje’s daughter?
When I criticised the intrusion into people’s private lives, one of Sanusi’s critics and Daurawa’s fans told me that the children of Muslim leaders have no private lives as long as they “offend Islamic values in their dressing.” Then why should these critics crucify some daughters and spare others for the same “moral offence”? You can’t live by double standards without ultimately losing your own credibility. Speaking truth to power doesn’t mean selective memory or indifference to the truth that is not convenient to you.”
Do you agree with him?