Omokri berates presidency for ‘insulting’ Obasanjo

Reno Omokri, who was aide to ex  president Goodluck Jonathan, has again thrown thick mud at presidential spokesperson, Garba Shehu and the presidency, for ‘insulting’ former president Olusegun Obasanjo.

This time, he lambasted President Muhammadu Buhari’s spokesman over statement he made against former president, that he can’t be taken seriously anymore.

Mr Shehu had on Wednesday in Abuja, as he spoke to journalists said, the presidency no longer gives attention to utterances of the former president – This was in reaction to a statement in which, Obasanjo firmly noted that he isn’t neutral, as regards the coming election, and his candidate is his former vice, Atiku Abubakar of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP.

Garba said Obasanjo had publicly torn his party card in 2015 – but he is now vehemently in support of the same party. This means the former president may pick one candidate today and dump him tomorrow.

“Former president Obasanjo denounces one person today and supports that same person the next day.

“When it pleases him, he brings God into the matter and uses that as his excuse for whatever position he has chosen.”

We have learnt not to take his utterances seriously anymore. We know that the slightest wind can make him change his mind again. After all, this is the same man who publicly tore his party registration card barely four years ago, and he now claims to be backing the same party.”

However, Omokri has expressed deep dissatisfaction over Garbage Shehu’s statement. He accused the presidential spokesperson of ‘biting the fingers that have fed him’, adding that he would Al’s do the same to Buhari.

I am ashamed for the President over its latest statement insulting ex President Obasanjo. Even worse that the statement is signed by Garba Shehu, a man Obasanjo appointed as SA Media in 2003. Buhari, your time will come. The AGIP Garba is known for biting fingers that fed him.

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