Reno Omokri, a former presidential advisor, has replied to Northern Governors’ claims that calls for power to return to the South are illegal.
Omokri claimed that he agrees with the Northern Governors Forum’s rejection of a power shift to the South and that authority should remain in the North beyond 2023 in order to teach Southerners the value of unity.
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According to the former presidential assistant, Southerners banded together with Northerners in 2015 to expose an innocent Southerner, and they want Northerners to believe them. He also claimed that betrayers are untrustworthy by nature.
His assertion is backed up by the defection of Femi Fani-Kayode, the former Minister of Aviation, to the All Progressives Congress.
I support Northern Governors Forum’s rejection of power shift to the South. Let power remain in the North after 2023 to teach Southerners the power of unity. Southerners united with Northerners to betray an innocent Southerner in 2015 and expect Northerners to trust them?
Even you, will you trust someone who sells his next door neighbour to you? Betrayers are by their very nature unreliable. If they can betray one so close to them to you, they can also betray you to others. Look at Femi Fani-Kayode. No Northerner can ever exhibit such a trait! Tueh!
Meanwhile, Reno Omokri knocked a section of Nigerians who claim to be die-hard fans of BBNaija evicted housemate, Pere.
The fans of Pere took to the streets to hold placards in protest after they alleged that Pere had been cheated by the organizers of the show.
Reno advised them to rather focus their attention on their jobs and demanding accountability from the Buhari administration.
Taking to his Instagram page, Reno shared photos of the demonstraters voicing out their frustrations through their placards.
Reno wrote: These Nigerians are not protesting because the Naira is now worth less than the Zimbabwean dollar, or because insecurity has made life in Nigeria a living hell, or because of Buhari’s refusal to name Boko Haram’s sponsors, or because VAT is collected by the Federal Government from states that generate income and given to states that mostly just consume. They are protesting because they claim Big Brother cheated Pere. Now, you see why Nigeria is the way she is? Ask Nigerians to come out to protest for their rights and few will come out, if any. Ask them to come out for a Wizkid concert, and people who can’t feed will miraculously acquire money and sell out the concert. Imagine this going on on a Monday, when they should be productive at work or their businesses. We love to give our energies to the trivial, not the vital. Nigerians, perhaps we do deserve Buhari!