Reno Omokri hits back at Buhari asking people to sit at home without financial support

Other Stories  Published on March 25, 2020

Law Blessing

Staying indoors in a country like Nigeria could be the most daunting task one could ever think of, especially when electricity distribution is a major problem in the country. 

Although it's certainly the best measure, but restriction of movement in a country whereby it's citizens hustle to make their daily bread, will definitely not be easy as theory may have it.

Reno Omokri, a former presidential aide to Dr. Goodluck Johnathan recognised this fact and did not waste time to take a swipe on President Muhammadu Buhari's sit at home policy, calling it a 'no brainer'

In his reaction, Omokri took to Twitter to write:

"You can’t ask Nigerians to sit at home without giving them something to sit on. It is like asking a blind man to watch TV.

If General @MBuhari can afford ₦37 billion to renovate NASS, he can definitely afford to give Nigerians financial support to stay at home! #BuhariTormentor"

On another twitter post he criticized the budget the government is making on the rich instead of the general public:

"How can General @MBuhari ask Nigerians with nothing in their account to sit at home? And this same government, according to the US, wanted to give $100 million from Abacha loot to Kebbi Governor Bagudu. Use Abacha loot to share money to every BVN linked account #BuhariTormentor"