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See What Tacha Said About Abike Dabiri As She Drags Her Over Statement On Nigerians Crime Rate In Dubai

Former Big Brother Naija ‘PepperDem’ Housemate, Natacha Akide, popularly known as Tacha, has slammed an aide to President Muhammadu Buhari, Abike Dabiri-Erewa, over her statement on crime rate in Dubai.

Dabir-Erewe had on (Wednesday), in response to the impact of Nigerians on United Arab Emirates economy after the Arab nation reportedly banned nationals of some 20 African countries, including Nigeria from entering its capital city, Dubai, noted that Nigerians commit the highest crime in Dubai.

The presidential aide, in a tweet wrote: ”Unfortunately, the sad reality is that our crime rate over there is one of the highest.”

Replying to the statement, Tacha asked the presidential aide to put a stat to her claim.

The reality star also called her shameless for making such insensitive remark in the first place.

”Can you put a stats to these claims?? Very shameless somebody,” she tweeted in reply.

Tacha Warns

Meanwhile, Tacha, in a post shared on her Twitter page had said people should shun respect in the upcoming elections.

According to the reality TV star, bad politicians cannot try to kill her or her unborn children and still expect respect for her.

She tweeted: “You see this elections ehn! Let no body bring up respect oh! Because you cannot be trying to kill me and my unborn children and still be expecting respect from me. I like to be polite BUT Shurrup your mouth.”

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