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See What Reno Omokri Said About Attack On Tinubu’s Convoy

Reno Omokri, a former presidential assistant and socio-political activist, has reacted to the attack on Bola Tinubu’s convoy by the All Progressives Congress (APC).

Some hoodlums disrupted and assaulted journalists in the convoy during Tinubu’s homecoming ceremony in Lagos on Sunday, according to Anaedoonline.ng.

According to reports, hoodlums harassed journalists reporting Tinubu’s triumphant return to the state 12 days after winning the governing APC’s presidential primary.

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According to accounts, the journalists were stoned and their bus was wrecked by hoodlums on their way back from the Oba of Lagos, Oba Riliwanu Akiolu’s palace, where they had gone to cover Tinubu’s visit to the monarch.

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Omokri decried the incident in a tweet on his Twitter page on Monday morning, urging the government to apprehend and prosecute the hoodlums.

Tinubu, on the other hand, was advised to learn from the incident by Omokri, who claimed that his goons had previously targeted Igbo-dominated communities in Lagos during the 2019 elections.

He tweeted: “I condemn the attack on Bola Tinubu’s convoy. Those thugs should be prosecuted. But let this help Tinubu learn empathy. We recall what his thugs did to Igbo-dominated areas of Lagos during the 2019 elections. What is not good for Greece, is also not good for Uganda!

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“It is important for those who live by thuggery to end thuggery before thuggery ends them. 2023 must be about one man one vote. The eyes of our youth are red! Any attempt to bullion-van-ise 2023 elections may be the undoing of any Jagaban or jagbajantis who tries it!” said Omokri in another post on the bird app.

 

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