“Nobody in my lineage suffers” – Reno Omokri responds after being accused of enjoying abroad with stolen government money - 4 months ago
Reno Omokri, a former spokesperson to former President Goodluck Jonathan has responded to an allegation made against him by a social media user.
This comes as a Facebook user identified as Saifullah El-yaquob accused Reno Omokri of enjoying life abroad with the money he stole during the tenure of former president Jonathan.
Saifullah El-yaquo commented on a post by Omokri’s by saying, “You don steal our money during the corrupt Jonathan’s regime dey go abroad enjoying life, right?
Continue, Nigeria will soon be divided and you must return all those money you and your cronies stole”
Reno in a response went on to share some photos from his young age as he revealed he’s from an influential family.
“Dear @Saifullah El-yaquob,
Thank you for your comment.
The first photo is me at 9 ‘enjoying life’ at Disneyland, California in 1983. The second photo is me at 12 enjoying life at Regent Street, London, in 1986. The third photo is me enjoying life at Notting Hill Carnival in 2002.
I am a descendant of Olu Atuwatse I (Dom Domingos), the first West African to have a university degree in 1611. To God be the glory, nobody in my lineage suffers. My ancestors were enjoying life before there was a Nigeria. And if there ceases to be a Nigeria tomorrow, God willing, both my descendants and I will continue to enjoy life.
And by the way, the Buhari administration has investigated me up to my underwear. They have scrutinised me and found nothing. Hence I have never been accused of theft in my life by any government under the sun.
Thank you and may God bless you.