Popular Nigerian human right activist, businessman and author Reno Omokri has taken to his official Instagram handle to explain why he decides to be the voice of the poor. He directed his post to people who are not happy concerning the way he addresses president Muhammadu Buhari.
Reno Omokri is popularly known for his controversial comments on social media platforms and besides, he is a critical thinker. Reno Omokri said that people who are not happy about the way he criticizes president Muhammadu Buhari should kindly wait till the naira gets to N1000 per dollar.
He also said that when the naira gets to N1000 per dollar, people will understand the difference between bitterness and patriotism. He said that many Nigerians are suffering from poverty and they deserve a voice.
He said that he is their voice. He said: "If my criticism of General Buhari worries you, please wait for Naira to get to N1000 to $1. And you will understand the difference between bitterness and patriotism. Not everything is a joke or laughing matter".
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