Minister of Communication, Pantami has been heavily criticised by Nigerians over his recent controversial statement. Pantami claimed that he always feel happy whenever Terrorists kill unbelievers in the country. That statement shouldn't be from a man who holds a very sensitive political position in the country.
Reno Omokri was one of the influential Nigerians who condemned the statement of Pantami. The Nigerian Activist went as far as calling out the Federal Government to ensure that Pantami is replaced as the Minister of Communication in the country.
Earlier today, Reno Omokri watched another tape of Pantami speaking about the activities of Boko Haram. In the video, Pantami urged the Federal Government to charge Boko Haram to court rather than being extrajudicially killed. Why would Pantami Terrorists who are killing innocent Nigerians deserve such mercy?
In reaction to the video, Reno Omokri said: "to be fair, I listened to this tape by Isa Pantami. While I condemn what he said in another tape, about being happy when unbelievers are killed. What he said in this particular tape is that Boko Haram should be charged to Court, not extrajudicially killed. What's bad in that?".
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