Reno Omokri who was the former special assistant to former president Goodluck Jonathan, has taken out his time to slam AGF Abubakar Malami over a certain statement he made regarding the recently recovered Ibori's loot.
The AGF Abubakar Malami reportedly said that the Delta State government previously denied that money was not missing from its coffers during Ex Governor, James Ibori's trial.
While replying him, Reno asked him if his boss President Buhari didn't deny that former head of state Gen Sani Abacha stole? Reno further asked if Abacha has has not been legally proven to be the world's biggest their?
He went on and asked if billions of Naira haven't been recovered from him? According to Reno he went on to ask him why didn't the FG reject all the money? Ending his tweet, he made it known to AGF Abubakar Malami that hypocrisy is on his steroids.
Reno Omokri has really spoken well as long as am concerned. That Ibori's money shot have been given to the Delta State government because the money was taken from them. Things should be done properly so that there will be peace and justice.
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