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Between Reno Omokri and a Buhari Supporter who won’t swear with Quran

Former aide of ex-President Goodluck Jonathan, Reno Omokri took to social media to react to the alleged nepotistic appointments of President Buhari.

Omokri ended up being dragged into an exchange by a Buhari supporter who wouldn’t swear with the Quran that the President has been fair with his appointment.

Reno Omokri had written;

Even after appointing another Northerner to head the Department of State Security, President Buhari accepted Kemi Adeosun’s resignation and replaced her with a Northern Muslim, ‬Mrs Zainab Ahmed. If given the chance, the nepotistic and tribalistic Buhari will replace even the President of the Christian Association of Nigeria with a Northern Muslim!

If Buhari can be so tribalistic 5 months to an election, ask yourself what he will be like if he is re-elected for a second term? If a man starts beating his wife publicly in the mosque immediately after their wedding Fatiha, what will happen when they get home?

When Barth Nnaji of Enugu state resigned as minister for conflict of interest, ex President Jonathan replaced him with Professor Nebo from his state. When Stella Odua of Anambra was sacked, GEJ replaced her with Osita Chidoka from her state. But Walter Seyeifa of Bayelsa state is replaced with Yusuf Bichi from Kano while Kemi Adeosun from Ogun state is replaced with Zainab Ahmed from Kaduna! There are leaders and there are leaders!


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Reacting to the post, a Buhari Supporter wrote;

Must you show your hatred to muslims north openly ? Then please show maturity stop rising dust. Nigeria is Nigeria #period

To the best of my knowledge Buhari is not that unjust has claimed. It even seems all the good work of Buhari administration goes to South East & South South where christian are dominate. And if not where in Nigeria that Buhari performs more than the South entirely.

The comment led to series of exchanges captured in the screenshots shared below;





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