Reno Omokri, a member of the opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and former media aide to Ex-president Goodluck Jonathan, has lamented the arrest of the former Anambra State Governor, Willie Obaino, hours after he handed over to his successor, Charles Soludo.
Omokri condemned Obaino’s arrest by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, suggesting that the APC National Leader who has also declared his ambition to run for president in 2023, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, deserved to be arrested more than the embattled Anambra state former governor.
The former Goodluck Jonathan’s aide said this in a tweet posted via his official Twitter handle, @renoomokri, calling on Nigerians not to be distracted and to demand equity from those ruling the country.
Justifying his point, Omokri alleged Bola Tinubu of being corrupted humongously without stating any tangible reasons why he claim that the APC National Leader is corrupted. He stressed that Obaino is a saint compared to Tinubu while his wife, Ebele is a choir mistress compared to Tinubu’s wife who is also holding a political post.
In his tweet:
Compared to Bola Tinubu, Obiano is a saint. Compared to Oluremi Tinubu, Ebele is a choir mistress. Why has EFCC left Bola Tinubu, with his humongous corruption, and gone after Obiano? Nigerians let us not allow ourselves be distracted by this drama! We need equity!@renoomokri
Willie Obaino after serving as the Anambra State Governor for 8 years, handed over on Thursday, to his successor, Charles Chukwuma Soludo, who was declared the winner of the 2021 Anambra State gubernatorial election under the umbrella of the All Progressives Grand Alliance, APGA, after he defeated his closest rivals from the PDP and APC.
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