Former aide to the president, Reno Omokri, berated Labor Party (LP) supporters known as ‘Submissives’ for mocking struggling Nigerian Afrobeat singer, Seun Kuti, about his ordeal with the Nigerian police.
Naija News reports that Reno, in a statement via social media, titled “Establishing a frank profile on Peter Obi and Seun Kuti,” said it was wrong to celebrate the current ordeal. of Seun because he does not support LP presidential candidate Peter Obi in the 2023 election.
According to him, the idea that the former governor of Anambra is a man of integrity is false, indicating that he is even more corrupt than the president-elect Bola Tinubu.
Reno recalls how Peter Obi saved state funds in his own bank, which earned him a personal profit every year, and this is a similar case where Tinubu was accused of benefiting from his own funds. Lagos State.
He noted that only in Nigeria could Peter Obi get away with such a crime, adding that if a Northern Muslim did it, the Southern press would condemn him. He said, “Ever since the slap involving Seun Kuti and the police officer, which I condemned, the Obedients have been celebrating what they see as Seun’s fall, what they see as divine punishment. saint for not supporting Peter Obi. But the downfall of a man is not the end of his life.
“One of them publicly stated that Seun Kuti was right to not support the purest, cleanest and most capable candidate.
“The idea that Peter Obi is a man of integrity is false. Peter Obi is at least as corrupt, if not more, than Tinubu, the known drug lord. This man has saved the equivalent of $50 million in Anambra State money in his own bank. Fidelity Bank, a bank in which he has a significant interest. A bank of which he was the former chairman.
“One year from now, that should yield at least $5 million invested in the S&P 500 (maybe more.) The majority of that $5 million minimum annual return will be in the S&P 500.” Peter Obi’s personal profits. And that is every year.
“And then you here are rightly criticizing Tinubu for benefiting from Lagos money through Alphabeta.
“And they know that they have no protection against this corruption. That’s why when you talk about it, they immediately evade the issue and insult you, so you can ignore the issue and get angry or accuse yourself of being anti-Igbo.
“When I gave millions of dollars to the victims of the Onitsha market fire, I was not against Igbo. When I fought Buhari for eight years for being unfair to Ndi’Igbo, I was not against Igbo. When I gave £2.3 million as a panacea to the Nigerians (38% of the beneficiaries were Igbo), I was not anti-Igbo.
“The man then invested public funds from Anambra in a brewery in which he had an interest. This is corruption on the level of Fidel Marcos.
“Seun Kuti made a mistake. I realize that. But he is still a VERY GREAT Nigerian from an even BIGGER family that has served Nigeria.”
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