When it comes to the game of politics, the people involve will do anything humanly possible to get into office. In order to get cheap political points, they tend to make promises or analyse the economy in a way that will convince the people to vote them to office. If finally they do get into office, they throw away all their campaign promises and visions they proposed to the people.
Reno Omokri this evening drags El-Rufai on Twitter for his inability to implement an idea which he proposed 11 years ago. In 2010, El Rufai talked about how bad the salaries of teachers was. He was of the view that if teachers were to be paid like graduates in the banking sector, it will attract the best to teaching. He proposed that for that to work, the government should cut unnecessary luxuries.
11 years after, El-Rufai is now the governor of Kaduna state and he has so far failed to implement what he proposed years back. Reno Omokri dugged up the old post and reminded him of what he said back then. Reno said El Rufai can bring down a good government by propaganda, but you can never hold up a bad government by propaganda.
In the words of Reno,
"Dear @elrufai, This is what you said under @GEJonathan. Now, you are Governor, are you paying teachers like bankers as you promised? You can bring down a good government by propaganda, but you can never hold up a bad government by propaganda. Lies have expiry date"
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