The Convener of Bring Back Our Girls (BBOG), Aisha Yesufu has told comedienne Maryam Apaokaji, popularly known as Taaooma, that she did nothing wrong in meeting with Vice President Yemi Osinbajo.
Taooma, Woli Agba, Yemi Elesho, and a few other skit comedians were among those who met Osinbajo recently in Abuja under the aegis of Nigeria Skits Industry Awards, led by its promoter, Bimbo Daramola.
Yesufu took to Twitter to chide the comedienne for apologising to fans after being trolled for visiting the VP.
Talking about the visit, Taaooma earlier claimed that she represented the youth, adding that she spoke to Osinbajo about the Twitter ban and police brutality.
However, after being trolled by fans who asked her to show proof for her claims, Taaooma apologised and stated that she couldn’t record the meeting because her phones were collected upon entry at the Presidential Villa.
Reacting to the Taaooma’s apology, Yesufu stated that what matters most was the comedienne’s intention and not what people think.
Yesufu tweeted, “Dear @_Taaooma, you do not need to apologise to anyone! You did not do anything wrong by having a meeting with the VP.
“There are different ways of achieving something. It is never one way and it is okay whatever way one chooses.
Intentions are what count and you know yours!
“Remember the Prophet (SAW) said actions are judged according to intentions and that is all that matters. Your intentions are what should matter to you.
“What people think or say must never matter. What we feel alone with our thoughts is what should matter the most.”
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