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Reno Omokri Reveals Real Reasons For Buhari’s Planned Trip To London

Emmanuel Prince

The former aide to ex-President Goodluck Jonathan, Reno Omokri, on Monday attacked President Muhammadu Buhari over his planned trip from Saudi Arabia to London.

Omokri accused the President of travelling to London for 16 days due to the disagreement between his wife, Aisha and nephew, Mamman Daura’s family among other issues.

Melody Blog had reported that President Buhari will travel to London on a private trip after attending the third edition of the Future Investment Initiative in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

The development was revealed in a statement by the Special Adviser on Media and Publicity to the President, Mr Femi Adesina.

Adesina noted President Buhari at Saudi Arabia, would have a meeting with His Majesty King Salman and His Majesty King Abdullah ll of Jordan.

Omokri who took to his Twitter account to react wrote, “General @MBuhari announces a 16 day ‘private’ trip to UK. His wife just returned from a 3 month UK trip. Yet, Buhari closed the border on Nigerians! I don’t know if we should pray that the border closure keeps him in or out.”

“Border closure, increased insecurity, minimum wage crisis, elections pending in Bayelsa and Kogi, infighting between Mamman Daura family and @AishaMBuhari, banditry-no wonder @MBuhari wants to run to London for 16 days!”


  1. TIJANI RABIU TIJANI RABIU

    THIS ISSUE IS STILL ON GRAND THAT PRESIDENT MUHAMMAD BUARI WILL EVEN TRAVEL OUT FOR GOOD 16 DAYS, ABA THIS IS GETTING TOO MUCH BUT TO SETTLE IS THE BEST WAY, THANKS.

  2. Ugwu Shedrack Ugwu Shedrack

    That Is Not The Best For Him To Do Because Many People Don,t Have Why Some Have Enough Hi Sopose Pety Us Because Rate Of Poverty Is 2much In Nigeria

  3. Agbolade Abdullah Agbolade Abdullah

    I can’t say the matter this man talk its not true because this matter if travelling its getting too much …and it is not giving us any benefit

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