Reno Omokri is a well known critic of the present administration in Nigeria, as he never let any opportunity of criticizing things slide.
He was the media aide to the former president Goodluck Ebele Jonathan before he lost the seat to president Muhammadu Buhari in year 2015, during the general election.
And he recently took to social media to remind Nigerians about how the corner president left the economy before the present administration inherited things.
The Nigerian economy is arguably not good right now with the current price of Naira to dollar, and the debt profile of the country.
The reminder Reno Omokri have were a comparison of proves of things when Goodluck was the president versus presently.
He stated that a 50kg bag of rice was prices at about N8000, fuel was N87 per litre while minimum wage was equivalent to $120 at the rate of N18,000 as at then.
But presently, there is a hike in the price of the respective items listed above.
See a screenshot of his post below:
Click the link below to read his post on Facebook;
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