The former spokesperson to former President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, Reno Omokri has taken to social media to tackle President Muhammadu Buhari on his recent claims on National TV. Reno Omokri chides President Muhammadu Buhari for taken glory for the second Niger Bridge which was awarded by Goodluck Ebele Jonathan in 2014 to Julius Berger at the tune of N21.2 billion.
According to the outspoken social commentator, President Muhammadu Buhari has failed to tell Nigerians the real truth behind the second Niger Bridge and how it was awarded. Here is what he said, "4-Buhari boasted of the Second Niger Bridge. He failed to tell you the contract was awarded to Julius Berger in 2014 as a PERSONAL INITIATIVE of @GEJonathan, who paid ₦21.2 billion BEFORE leaving office', he said.
Here is a screenshot;
This post has attracted a lot of attention as many Nigerians are reacting to it. The majority expressed that Reno Omokri's opinion is indeed ill-intended. They chide him for always criticizing the President.
There are a few others who think differently. This category of people praised him for being a strong fellow. They however encouraged other Nigerians to emulate Omokri and voice out their pains.
What is your view on this?.
• Do you think that Reno Omokri is right in his assertion?.
• Do you think that Reno Omokri is overdoing it?.
• Do you think that Reno Omokri should be stopped now?.
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