After We Paid The 14 Million The Herdsmen Demanded, We Eventually Found His Corpse- Reno Omokri Says
By WALDEE | self meida writer
Published 27 days ago - 68732 views
A former presidential aide to Goodluck Jonathan, Reno Omokri has stirred reactions after he opened up about the death of someone close to him.
Note that, there have been controversies surrounding the activities of the Fulani herdsmen in the southern part of the country. Recently, open grazing was banned by South West and South East governors because many Fulani herdsmen have been accused of being the brain behind many crimes in the southern region.
However, Reno Omokri made a surprising revelation about how his personal assistant's Uncle, Prince Eloniyo Abuda was kidnapped by some bad Fulani herdsmen while attending his father's burial in Edo state. He said these herdsmen demanded 14 million naira which was paid. But unfortunately, Prince Eloniyo's corpse was found later.
See his post:
The above post has stirred reactions online. Many people commiserated with him, while others shared their experiences.
Here are some reactions:
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