Special Adviser to Ex President Goodluck Jonathan, Reno Omokri, has on his twitter account reacted to a publication by the Cable Newspapers about Ekiti State Governor saying that Nigerians needs more prayers to tackle insecurity issues in the country.
Reacting to this, Reno Omokri made a brief comparison of Nigeria with Japan. He claimed that while Nigeria is one of the most prayerful nations on the Earth, poverty and insecurity dominates the country. Meanwhile, Japan whom he considered to be the least prayerful nation, is rich and safe for all her citizens.
He added that what Nigeria need now is more good action and not necessarily prayers. Rounding up by saying "prayer without works is DEAD "
If you are a Nigerian then you would be well informed of the state of the Nation's security. The past few weeks has been unbearable for many. From one abduction by bandits to another, causing panic and fear amongst Nigerians especially those in the Northern parts of the country.
See how Nigerians have reacted to this!
Source: Reno Omokri's Twitter Account
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