Reno Omokri who was the former special assistant to former president Goodluck Jonathan has decided to speak once more. Reno Omokri is one man who is loved by many due to the way and manner he speaks. This time around he spoke and aswell sent out an important message to those who are threatening him with death.
According to Reno, he made it known that those threatening to kill him just because he initiated the Harass Buhari Out Of London rally should remember that former head of state, Sani Abacha once threatened General Diya with death in 1998, but Diya celebrated his 77th birthday this year, while we celebrate Abacha's 23rd deathyear this year. He ended by letting them know that his life is in God's hand.
That's a wonderful one from Reno Omokri. Who are we to threaten someone with death? The live we are living today belongs to his and his is the only one who can take it any time he feels like doing so and no one else. Just as Reno Omokri said, after Abacha had threatened Oladipo Diya, he never knew that Diya will live longer than him.
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