Reno Omokri, a former presidential advisor to former President Goodluck Jonathan and a social media influencer, congratulated President Buhari on the launch of the Made-in-Nigeria mobile phone.
Reno Omokri stated this on his official Twitter account. Here's what he had to say;
I congratulate President Muhammadu Buhari on the Nigerian-made cell phone.
But, just so you know, this photo depicts the made-in-Nigeria product we were celebrating seven years ago, in 2014.
If our state and federal governments work together in various ways to provide job opportunities for Nigerians and attract more international investors, everything in Nigeria should be created in Nigeria by 2030. Nigeria has the potential to be a wonderful country to live in. Nigeria's government should look for methods to reduce the country's insecurity. Our government could do something like this instead of labeling teenagers as lazy. Compared to past generations, today's youth are more productive, active, hardworking, intellectual, and well-read.
Finally, because Nigerians, particularly young people and women, make up the country's population, the government should continue to do everything it can to help them.
What can you say about this?
Source: Reno Omokri on Twitter
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