Ghana is currently one of the African countries that is attracting investments to itself. This morning, Mr Omokri tweeted about that urging Buhari to make Nigeria better so that investors can also come and invest in Nigeria.
In his tweet, he said that the harass Buhari out of London protest is continuing today. He added that you should all let us send Muhammadu Buhari back to Nigeria to do what Ghana's president is doing, providing leadership that attracts investments to his nation, instead of taking his country's investment to London.
A short while after, he tweeted about the things Nigeria is lacking in. According to his tweet, 200 dollars is now a hundred thousand naira and a 100 pounds is now seven thousand naira.
He added that Boko Haram now controls several towns in North Eastern part of Nigeria, Bandits control several towns in North Western and North Central Nigeria and General Muhammadu Buhari is resting in London.
He added that how can Nigeria's leader rest when Nigeria is in economic and political unrest?
These tweets or Mr Omokri are gathering reactions on Twitter. Below are some of the reactions.
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