Nigerian lawyer and author, Reno Omokri, has said that the southerners are ready to join the north in the fight against the bad governance of the President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd).
Omokri made this known on Sunday while reacting to the slaughtering of at least 43 farmers and fishermen by suspected members of the Islamic militant group Boko Haram killed in the northern state of Borno on Saturday.
His reaction comes as further reports revealed that at least 110 villagers were killed during the attack by the insurgents on a village in the region.
In a series of tweets, Omokri, an ex-aide to former President Goodluck Jonathan, suggests that nothing will change in the north as long as they continue to tolerate Buhari’s bad governance.
He also condemned the president for not making a live broadcast on the killings, labelling the tweets by his spokesman as empty.
Omokri went further to express surprise that nobody has been sacked in the country’s armed forces adding that Borno people lost their lives because they voted for Buhari.
“As long as the North continues to tolerate General @MBuhari’s bad governance, nothing will change. Southerners can’t fight this battle for them. We can only join them. And we are ready to join them if they start. #EndSARS shook Buhari. #ZabarmariMassacre should also shake him!
“110 farmers slaughtered like chicken and @MBuhari says NOTHING. Just empty tweets and statements by his spokesman. No national broadcast. No heads rolling in the armed forces. And Borno gave him 92% of their votes. Alas! Their votes cost them their lives!”
As long as the North continues to tolerate General @MBuhari’s bad governance, nothing will change. Southerners can’t fight this battle for them. We can only join them. And we are ready to join them if they start. #EndSARS shook Buhari. #ZabarmariMassacre should also shake him!
— Reno Omokri (@renoomokri) November 29, 2020
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