- Reno Omokri says President Muhammadu Buhari is not capable of ruling Nigeria without his deputies
- Omokri says Buhari could not lead during the military era, claiming that it was Idiagbon who did all that needed to be done
- The former aide to Ex-President Goodluck Jonathan, has said that like in the military regime, Osinbajo is playing Idiagbon's role
Reno Omokri has taken another swipe at President Muhammadu Buhari. The former aide to GEJ took to his Facebook, to share his vote of no confidence in Buhari.
Omokri said Buhari lacks the ability to rule Nigeria on his own, claiming that history shows that Buhari will always depend on his deputies.
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His Facebook statement reads: "History does not repeat itself. Men repeat history and blame it for repeating itself. In 1984 Tunde Idiagbon was the real power behind the Muhammadu Buhari. In 2017 Professor Yemi Osinbajo is the intellectual power behind Buhari!
It was when Tunde Idiagbon travelled out of the country that the first Buhari administration FELL in August of 1985 and it was when Buhari travelled out of the country that the second Buhari administration started to RISE beginning from January of 2017.
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This proves that Buhari's governments can survive without Buhari himself, but it is doubtful if it can survive without his deputies."
In recent times, the former aide on new media to ex-president Goodluck Jonathan has consistently taken swipes at Buhari.
Omokri said on Thursday, February 23, that he believes President Muhammadu Buhari is better at coding than Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg.
This he said in his continued response to the issue of the alleged bribe given by Buhari’s lawyer Kola Awodein to Justice Adeniyi Ademola while he presided over the famous certificate case in 2015.
According to Omokri, President Buhari has had Nigerians fooled with how smoothly he reportedly transformed a bribe into a gift.
In tweets on his verified Twitter handle on Wednesday, February 22, Omokri wondered how the N500,000 given by Buhari's counsel Awodein to Justice Ademola could transform into a gift from a bribe.