You closed the borders of rice and opened for Coronavirus – Reno Omokri

You closed the borders of rice and opened for Coronavirus - Reno Omokri

You closed the borders because of rice and you open because of Coronavirus, Reno Omokri.

Reno Omokri has been in President Goodluck Jonathan’s administration.

He knows how to speak against the present Nigerian government about inconsistency and bad governance.

Presently, Omokri is the host of ‘Transformations With Reno Omokri’, a Christian teaching program which is broadcast to 23 million homes in the United States of America.

People call him a pastor because of this although he is a certified lawyer by profession.

He wrote of his official Twitter account where he attacks Nigerian government.

He says Nigeria government close a borders when there was issues with rice and oil importation

Further more, he alleges that the government is careless and care free about her citizens.

Here are his exact words as he says it.

“How can you close your border for rice and open it for #CoronaVirus and have the audacity to call yourself a leader? If #COVID19 kills your citizens, who will eat the rice you are protecting? Are rice and fuel more important than human beings who will buy them?”

Also, he makes mention of how European countries with sophisticated health care centres that close their borders.

“European nations have restricted flights from Italy, yet we have unrestricted flights between Nigeria and Italy. 2000 people died in Italy, and 27k infected with #CoronaVirus, yet according to their Prime Minister, Italy has not reached its peak infection rate”

He also added, “In 2016, General @MBuhari proposed importing grass from Brazil for cows. In 2017, he proposed cattle colonies. He is prepared to take drastic actions for cows. Yet, he refuses to take drastic action, like flight restrictions, to protect Nigerians from #COVID 19”


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