Start By Banning Herdsmen Before Banning Shiites, Omokri Tells Buhari

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Reno Omokri
Reno Omokri

A former presidential aide, Reno Omokri says President Muhamamdu Buhari should consider first banning herdsmen before banning the Islamic Movement of Nigeria(IMN) aka Shi’ites.

Omokri said on Tuesday that he heard the president has plans to ban IMN, following the bloody clash between the group and the police in Abuja.

Omokri opined that herdsmen have killed more people than Shiites, the Indigenous People Of Biafra(IPOB) and member of the Oodua Peoples Congress(OPC).

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He tweeted this: I hear General @MBuhari wants to BAN Shiites. How many people have Shiites killed? If General Buhari is looking for something to BAN, he should start with HERDSMEN. They have killed more Nigerians, and policemen than Shiites, IPOB and OPC combined.

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