FG’s Failure To Fulfil N5,000 Campaign Promise To Vulnerable Nigerians Responsible For Boko Haram Loans – Reno Omokri

buhari-shekauA former Special Adviser to immediate past President, Dr. Goodluck Jonathan on New Media, Reno Omokri, has blamed the federal government for the recent disclosure that Boko Haram is luring unsuspecting youths by giving them loans as a bait for membership.
The Army headquarters in a statement on Wednesday alerting Nigerians to the new “clandestine dispensation” of Boko Haram, said the terror group is offering loans to young entrepreneurs in the troubled Northeast as part of recruitment.
In his reaction, Mr. Omokri said the youths were falling prey to this latest antic by Boko Haram because the All Progressives Congress-led federal government had reneged on its electoral promise to pay N5,000 monthly to vulnerable Nigerians.
According to him, if the FG won’t keep to its campaign promise and Nigerians in the Northeast resort to collecting loans from the terrorist sect, “they’ll trust Boko Haram more than govt”.
The former presidential aide expressed these views in a series of tweets posted via his verified Twitter handle @renoomokri.

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