There has been yet another stroke to the presidency from Social media activist and aid to former President Goodluck Jonathan, Reno Omokri.
Reacting to the recent security challenges in the country, Omokri who goes by the nick name “Buhari tormentor” has once again taken a jab on the Buhari led administration by indirectly asking the president to resign from office, following his alleged inability to curb the raging menace of kidnapping and banditry in the north-east and north-west.
This call could be seen as an “eat your own words” situation given the fact that the president at one time, asked while still a presidential candidate, asked the then president, Goodluck Jonathan to resign from office, accusing him of not being able to end insecurity in the country 2013.
Reno disclosed via a tweet today, where he put a publication made in a print newspaper by Pres. Buhari calling out Pres. Goodluck Jonathan to resign.
Dear General @MBuhari,
— Reno Omokri (@renoomokri) February 26, 2021
Reno also reacting to the most recent abduction of over 300 school girls in a secondary boarding school in Jangebe Zamfara State, he said was bewildered that this high rate of insecurity in a state like Zamfara, they were still operating a boarding school system.
According to him:
But why will Zamfara still operate boarding house system under the insecurity that pervades Nigeria? If you have your child in a boarding school in Zamfara, Katsina, Kaduna, Niger, and other vulnerable states, go withdraw them NOW
Reno also berated the recommendation of amnesty to bandits by a northern scribe, Sheikh Gumi, saying gumi is only threading on the wrong path and misleading the bandits to cause more mayhem.
These are the same bandits Sheikh Gumi wants us to give amnesty. The same Gumi who encourages their criminality by feeding them lies that Christian soldiers are behind their ordeal. After we are now faced with Gumi, do you still want amnesty?
The Jangebe school kidnap case would be the 5th bulk student kidnap case in the last 7 seven years, although the release of some of these numerous kidnap victims have been secured, a handful of them remain unresolved.