Reno-Omokri
Reno-Omokri

Dear Reno Omokri,

You have been making more noise than sense on the so called “achievements” of your so called “Philosopher King” President Goodluck Jonathan of Nigeria and I have responded publicly and personally and I want you to respond to the following as much as you can.
Making the loudest noise does not mean you are making sense or you are wise.

Reno-Omokri
Reno-Omokri

You don’t need brains to award billion dollar contracts with over invoicing and make millions of dollars from the kickbacks from roads to airports. And after spending billions of naira on the renovations of the airports they still remain among the worst in Africa. Lest you forget, charity begins at home, and I am from the Niger Delta and going by road to Yenagoa from Port Harcourt is like going from Victoria Island to Ajegunle in Lagos. Bayelsa state remains underdeveloped in spite of the over 170 billion naira annual revenue allocation from Abuja. President Goodluck Jonathan was there as deputy governor and governor and what did he achieve? He was disgracing us as the partner in crime with his boss, former Governor Diepreye Alamieyeseigha who is still a wanted criminal in the UK and President Goodluck Jonathan pardoned him and gave him a big appointment. What President Jonathan has not done for all the lesser criminals in Nigeria. If you must pardon one criminal, then you must pardon all criminals in fear of God who is not a respecter of persons.
How many prisoners has President Jonathan pardoned?

Bayelsa does not even have an airstrip or a single world class hotel. But visit Rivers state, Cross River state, Akwa Ibom state and Delta state and see how the governors have transformed their states, but Bayelsa state of President Goodluck Jonathan remains the most underdeveloped state in the Niger Delta. A shameful evidence of the failures of the governors since 1999 to date. Thanks to former President Olu??gun Mathew Okiki?la Ar?mu ?basanj?, GCFR, who imposed on Nigeria a man who failed to govern a small state to become the President of Nigeria. And that is iwhy Nigeria is in such a terri

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