2023: Buhari Does Not Believe in Igbo Presidency — Reno Omokri Reacts to EFCC Fraud Charges Against Rochas Okorocha

Reno Omokri, a former presidential aid to Goodluck Johnathan has reacted to the fraud charges labelled against former Governor of Imo State, Rochas Okorocha, who recently declared his intention to run for president in 2023.

 

Pastor Reno said that EFCC making those fresh charges against Sen. Okorocha is a sign that President Buhari is allegedly against Igbo Presidency.

 
 

The avid traveller, deep thinker and one of best sellin authors, made these claims via a post he shared on his IG page on Monday. Reno said;

 
 

”The fact that the EFCC filed fresh ₦2.9 billion charges against Okorocha the same day he declared his interest to contest the 2023 Presidential election is not a coincidence.

 
 
 

It is a sign to Ndi’Igbo by General Buhari that he does not believe in Igbo Presidency!

 
 

Why does it have to be the same day? This is obviously a message. Tinubu declared. Why had the EFCC not charged him? We wrote a petition against Tinubu over his clear breach of the Money Laundering Act with his infamous bullion vans. Why charge Okorocha and not Tinubu?

 
 

I have my own preferred candidate. But I can’t ignore this obvious bias against Ndi’Igbo by the man who said “constituents, who for example,

 

It is a sign to NdiIgbo by General Buhari that he does not believe in Igbo Presidency
It is a sign to NdiIgbo by General Buhari that he does not believe in Igbo Presidency

 
 

gave me 97% cannot in all honesty be treated on some issues with constituencies that gave me 5%.” If the EFCC charges Okorocha, then they must charge Tinubu!”

 
 

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