Erstwhile Senior Special Assistant to President Goodluck Jonathan on Public Affairs, Dr. Doyin Okupe has vented his anger on those he believes are determined to defame his person, praying God to unleash his wrath on them.
This was as he swore that if claim by an online news site that he used certain companies to receive money from Jonathan to hack ‘unfriendly websites’ is true, “let all the curses in the Bible be upon me.”
Disclosing this on Twitter, Okupe said he did not refrain from also asking God to curse him if the accusations against him were rightly so.
He tweeted, “I have read the falsehood by Premium Times about me. Before God, who I fear and serve the story is untrue and planted to defame me. I will respond tomorrow. It is a wonderful country where the innocent is disparaged and reputation damaged on the alter of partisanship.
“My prayer for tonight is Jehovah that rules the affairs of men, I beseech you, if I as much have knowledge of what I am accused of by Premium times let all the curses in Bible be upon me but if I am innocent let your wrath fall on all those who have a hand in this accusation and let it b seen by all.”
Not yet satisfied, Okupe tweeted again: “Those who are looking for every opportunity to bring me down and destroy my reputation will fail and be put to shame. The lies in the story are unsustainable.”
Following with another post, “Doyin okupe vs Premium Times: #TruthShallPrevail”, he tweeted: “I want to assure all my friends and well wishers that this wicked & deliberate falsehood will not stand. I do not know any of the companies.”