I’m at the verge of losing friends and colleagues, i have been condemned – Uju Anya

I’m at the verge of losing friends and colleagues, i have been condemned - Uju Anya

After her post wishing Queen Elizabeth an “excruciating” death went viral, Professor Uju Anya replied.

However, she has acknowledged that her tweet has put her in danger of losing connections and relationships.

She added that in spite of it all, she is “not moved with the pressure and threats coming mostly from Western Associates”.

She said that her tweets have started a discourse and she encouraged everyone to engage their friends so that we can “find a strategy to achieve our dreams as African people”.

Uju’s tweets received mixed reactions. While some, including Jeff Bezos, criticised her for her tweets, many, especially citizens of various African countries and the Irish, stood with her.

Many even changed their profile photos to Uju Anya’s pictures.

At the moment, Uju is still trending on Twitter and Facebook.

On Twitter and Facebook, the Irish hailed her while tweeting about being pillaged by the British Royal family.

“Invite more people,” she added.

Recall that Gistlover reported that a Pennsylvania-based Nigerian professor, Uju Anya, on Thursday, traded words with Amazon founder, Jeff Bezos over Queen Elizabeth II.

Uju made some scathing and unbecoming remarks about the British monarch after news broke of her demise.

In a now deleted tweet, she wrote; ”I heard the chief monarch of a thieving raping genocidal empire is finally dying. May her pain be excruciating.”

Bezos, who came across her tweet and thought it was distasteful, made reference to her being a lecturer that is supposed to make the world a better place.

He quoted her tweet and wrote; ‘This is someone supposedly working to make the world better? I don’t think so. Wow.”

But in response, Uju rained insults on the Forbes billionaire, both in Igbo and English language.

”Otoro gba gbue gi. May everyone you and your merciless greed have harmed in this world remember you as fondly as I remember my colonizers,” she tweeted.

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