The former special assistant to former president Goodluck Jonathan, Reno Omokri has taken out his time to slam a presidential aide, Femi Adesina a week after he claimed that President Buhari is more popular that than Nnamdi Azikiwe, Obafemi Awolowo and Aminu Kano.
According to a tweet he made on his verified twitter handle this afternoon, Reno Omokri made it known that a week ago Femi Adesina Adesina said that President Buhari is more popular than Awolowo, Azikiwe and Aminu Kano.
Ending his tweet, he prayed that Femi Adesina should not for any reason ruin his life because of his belly.
That's a good one from Reno Omokri. But on he other hand, I really don't think that there is any reason why someone should try to compare President Buhari with Nnamdi Azikiwe or Obafemi Awolowo. Yes, we all know that many people love Buhari, but trying to compare him with these great men is uncalled for.
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