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#EndSARS: “This Is Indeed Robust” – Reactions Trail Akanji’s Response To Joe Abah

Twitter users have taken to the microblogging platform to react to the refusal of one Michael Akanji to apologise to Joe Abah, a former Director-General of the Bureau of Public Service Reforms.

Akanji, who tweets @mickiebrownkie, had published a list that included Abah among celebrities whom he claimed spread “fake news” and “incited carnage” in Lagos state.

Abah, through his solicitors, on Saturday demanded an apology from Akanji within 24 hours, rejecting the claim that he spread fake news.

But in a response on Monday, Akanji vowed not apologise “under any circumstances.”

“As promised, @DrJoeAbah. This tweet contains the letter from my solicitors in response to your solicitor’s letter. I would not have made such a public display if you had not done so yourself,” he tweeted alongside the documents.

Responding to his refusal to apologise, Abah tweeted, “Thank you so much, @mickiebrownkie. I am glad we now have an address for service for you.”

Many Twitter users have hailed the response from Akanji’s lawyers as “comprehensive” and “robust”. However, few users felt he should have apologised.

See some of the tweets below:

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