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The Best Way To Fight The Rise Of Secessionists In The Southeast Is To Stop Nepotism- Reno Omokri Blasts Buhari (Details below)



Reno Omokri has taken to social media to criticize President Buhari for his gross nepotism exhibited towards the people of the South East.
According to Reno, Buhari has m arginalized the people of the South-East to the extent that he has mapped out strategies to undermine the Igbo people. Reno dared Buhari to replace General Attahiru with an Igbo man to prove his commitment to serve the whole people of Nigeria.

He captioned his post as: The best way to fight the rise of secessionists in the Southeast is not with guns, bullets and helicopter gunships. Give them development. Stop your nepotism. Be fair and balanced in your appointments. Consider an Igbo man to replace General Attahiru. Abandon the 97% versus 5% mentality. Lose your Igbophobia. Visit each Igbo state (Buhari has not visited Igboland since the 2019 election).

Make Igbo monarchs pro-chancellors of federal universities in Northern Nigeria. Genuinely pursue an extra state for the Southeast in the Constitutional Reform process, so they are equal with other geopolitical zones. Encourage a major political party to consider an Igbo Presidential candidate. Embrace Igbos and Igbos will embrace Nigeria

Since 2015, General @MuhammaduBuhari has invested more money building infrastructure in Niger Republic, than in the entire Southeast. Do not take my word for it. Please fact check me. He awarded a $1.96 billion contract for a Kano-Niger railway last year. On February 26, 2020, the Buhari administration awarded an $81 million dollar contract for two roads from Jigawa and Sokoto, to Niger-Republic.

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In 2018, the Buhari regime also signed a $2 billion deal to build a refinery in Niger Republic in partnership with their government. Yet, the total capital expenditure of this government in the Southeast is not even up to $500 million since 2015. This is one of the chief causes of the unrest in the Southeast.

As long as injustice is pervasive in Nigeria, peace will be elusive in Nigeria. Give the Southeast Plan A, or they still go for their Plan B (apologies to Pastor Paul Adefarasin).