The former special assistant to former president Goodluck Jonathan, Reno Omokri has once more decided to speak. This time around he decided to slam President Buhari's administration. Reno is one man who has shown and has proven to be a strong critic of President Muhammadu Buhari and his APC led government.
According to Reno Omokri, he began by making it known to Nigerians that the Port Harcourt refinery is not worth $1.5 billion, yet this present administration led by President Buhari budgeted $1.5 billion to rehabilitate it. He went on and made it known that the same Buhari's also budgeted $500 million to renovate the NTA which is not worth $50 million.
This is really a sad one indeed. If what Reno Omokri has just revealed here is the truth, that means something should be done properly. This government came into power by telling Nigerians that they will help them to fight corruption, but with all these revelation, I really don't think that it's not a good thing.
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