Thursday, August 11, 2016

Reno Omokri Speaks As South Africa Overtakes Nigeria As Africa’s Biggest Economy

The former Special Adviser on New Media to former President Goodluck Jonathan shared this on Facebook. He wrote;

The Now that South Africa's economy has overtaken Nigeria's economy as Africa's largest economy, I can bet you that there will be an attempt to put the blame on the former President. Let no man blame Goodluck Jonathan.Under his tenure we overtook South Africa. Jonathan is an overtaker not an undertaker! At times like this I am reminded of Psalm 23:5 'You prepare a table before me in the presence of my enemies'. As I speak, Dr. Jonathan is being honored by the entire political class of Zambia. Meanwhile, look at what has happened to what he left behind! Continue...



9 comments:

  1. This man should be investigated and let's see if he won't shut that hole he calls mouth

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    1. @Yeancah what has he said wrong?

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    2. Yes investigate everyone who speaks even if it's the truth. After all na military regime- Newyorker

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    3. I wonder

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  2. It's his problem. Guys , if you want to make extra income, click here http://TheTasksPay.com/?user=36878

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  3. He is saying nonsense Nigeria is a consumer nation while south Africa produces, since our major source of revenue has been totally bombed naturally we should drop.

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    1. Don't mind the mumu and the other brainless wailers who still don't get it: let me see, during jonathan's tenure oil was selling at over $110. In Buhari's tenure it's ranged from less than 20 to a little above 40 and you will expect our economy won't shrink? Not to add the destruction by the niger delta scavengers.. Sorry O'mockery you're only playing to the gallery of the wailers. Smart Nigerians know better. And since you like to quote scriptures, here's one for you: Genesis 41:1-7. O"mockery why didn't you and the government you served deem it fit to save duri the years of plently for the days of famine? What reasonable infrastructure: roads, health, education, welfare, sports, diversification, etc did the government in which you served achieve with the second oil boom in the whole of Nigerias history? At least in the 70s they used money from tge oil boom to build world class universities, and teaching hospitals, roads, etc... o'mockery what did jonathan do with his own oil boom proceeds?

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    2. *less than 30...not 20

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