Muhammadu Buhari will be granting a second interview in the space of 48 hours, a decision by the president which has impressed Reno Omokri.
Recall that yesterday being Thursday, Buhari granted an exclusive interview on Arise TV where he discussed issues bordering security, the political appointments he has made and also talked about IPOB.
Buhari said the secessionist group is like a dot in a circle which won't have access anywhere even if they want to breakout from Nigeria.
The Presidency has now revealed that Buhari will partake in another interview, this time with the Nigerian Television Authority (NTA).
According to Femi Adesina who's the Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, Buhari will be speaking from 8:30 p.m and also disclosed that the interview will be "revealing and educating".
Reno Omokri has now reacted via his official page, asking if Buhari is beginning to "turn a new leaf".
Omokri then opined that Buhari is improving while encouraging the President to maintain his new "behavior".
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