Man Who Named Dog ‘Buhari’ Names Newborn Daughter ‘Aisha’

The man, Joe Fortemose ?Chinakwe, who named his dog after President Muhammadu Buhari, has sparked another social media ‘discourse’ as he named his newborn baby girl, Aisha.


The 30-year-old trader named his child Aisha, purportedly after the wife of the president on Sunday.


It would be recalled that for naming his dog Buhari, Chinakwe was arrested and charged to the Ota Magistrate Court 2, Ogun State by the police with conduct likely to cause breach of public peace, in a case with suit number MOT/617c/2016.


He was, however, freed from detention after he fulfilled his N50, 000 bail condition.


A Lagos based lawyer and human rights activist, Inibehe Effiong, made this disclosure on his Twitter handle.


While some persons are of the opinion that Chinakwe was just after cheap publicity, others say he is a controversial man who would stop at nothing to ‘look for trouble.’


The lawyer tweeted @InibeheEffiong: “Joachim Iroko Chinakwe, the man who named his dog ‘Buhari’ has done it again. He has just called to inform me that he has named his newly born baby/daughter after the wife of @NGRPresident.


He has given his 3-day-old baby two names; Mise and Aisha.


According to him, Mise is a native Delta name which means ‘I am doing it.’ He said that he also named his daughter Aisha, after the wife of @NGRPresident and that she will bear the two names concurrently.


Sincerely, I am short of words. I never for once contemplated this. As a matter of fact, I deliberately refused to ask Iroko what name he intended to give his daughter when he called last Friday, September 2 to intimate me that his wife had given birth.


I do not know what Nigerians will say about this. It is my prayer that this will not also end him in jail since some names seem to have special protection of the @PoliceNG.


Let us hope that this is not another conduct likely to cause a breach of the peace,” he tweeted.

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