Reno Omokri: “No birthday wishes for Buhari, Nigerians in pain

Reno Omokri, a social media personality and former advisor to ex-President Goodluck Jonathan, stated that he had no wishes for President Muhammadu Buhari because the latter has hurt Nigerians.

In a message on Saturday titled “80th Birthday Tribute To General Buhari,” Omokri informed DAILY POST of this.

He claims that Buhari’s birthday falls during a period of rising debt for Nigeria.

He claimed that the nation was in a far better state than it is now when the President took office in 2015.

Omokri urged Buhari to offer answers to the many problems facing the nation.

“It is very poignantly ironic that Nigeria is now one of the top 4 borrowers to the World Bank on the day General Buhari celebrates his 80th birthday,” he remarked. The nation with the fourth highest debt is us. Only Bangladesh, Pakistan, and India owe more than we do.

“Buhari was poor in 2015, whereas Nigeria was prosperous. Buhari is wealthy and Nigeria is in poverty in 2022. I don’t understand why I should wish a happy birthday to someone who fulfilled such an exceptional destiny.

“First of all, he is already content with our Commonwealth. He is Nigeria’s top health tourist to London, UK, therefore how much of our meager resources has he spent on his health there?

“How much money was spent on the wedding of his son, Yusuf Buhari, last year? More than $1 million was said to have been spent on the purchase. In Kano, more than 100 private aircraft landed. Under the headline “Inside Nigeria’s ultra-glamorous royal wedding,” the pair appeared on the top page of Europe’s Tatler Magazine.

And this is a man who, in 2015, needed to take out a loan to cover the cost of his presidential candidacy form. Nigerians today must take out loans just to pay their food bills.

“So why should I wish a happy 80th birthday to such a wastrel and leprous-fingered fellow? A man whose presence in Nigeria has caused so much unhappiness that we have become the epicenter of extreme poverty under his rule and that our currency has had one of the worst performances on Earth, going from 190 to $1 in 2015 to 750 to $1 today?

“On May 29, 2023, I’m merely eager to bid Buhari farewell. And he shouldn’t expect on peacefully retiring to Daura. He and Buratai must account for, among other state-sponsored crimes, the 347 men, women, children, and newborns they killed during the December 12, 2015, Zaria Massacre of Shiites, as well as the peaceful, unarmed EndSARS demonstrators they killed in the Lekki Massacre on October 20, 2020.

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