May 30 sit-at-home protest's success and 4 reasons why Nigeria MUST be restructured - Reno Omokri - ROUND GIST

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Wednesday, 7 June 2017

May 30 sit-at-home protest's success and 4 reasons why Nigeria MUST be restructured - Reno Omokri

 Former spokesman to ex-President Goodluck Jonathan, Reno Omokri says Nigeria needs restructuring














- He said anyone that denies Nigeria needs restructuring is leaving in a fools paradise

- Omokri gave reasons why restructuring is needed, saying the country will keep getting deformed if it is not done

Reno Omokri, the former spokesman to ex-president Goodluck Jonathan, has said that anyone that denies the fact that Nigeria needs restructuring is leaving in a fools paradise.

Taking to his Facebook page, on Wednesday, June 7, Omokri said if we do not reform Nigeria, the country will keep getting deformed.

Below is what he wrote:


"Anybody that denies the fact that Nigeria needs restructuring is leaving in a fools paradise. Open your eyes!

"An Igbo man without any formal authority gave a directive and the entire Southeast of Nigeria was shut down!


Last Independence Day, according to Google analytics, more Nigerians followed the Platform Speech of Peter Obi than the Independence Day broadcast by President Muhammadu Buhari. Nationwide, Fulani herdsmen are killing mostly Christians with impunity yet it is IPOB members who are not killing anyone that our military are sent after.

"And Nigeria, the leading nation in West Africa, boycotted an ECOWAS meeting just because Israeli PM, Benjamin Netanyahu was there! Cant you see what is happening here?

"If we do not reform Nigeria, Nigeria will keep getting deformed."

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