“Buhari wanted power. He never wanted development" Reno Omokri Blast Buhari over Killing by fulani herdsmen

Reno Omokri, former Presidential aide has berated President Muhammadu Buhari over his inability to declare Fulani herdsmen terrorist group in spite of all the attacks they are perpetrating across the country, saying the president was interest in just power and not interested in the development of the country.

The former Personal Assistant to ex-President Goodluck Jonathan wondered why it’s taking Buhari long to proscribe Fulani herdsmen while it “took two seconds” to declare the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, a terrorist group.

Omokri, a United States based Pastor and fierce critic of the current Federal Government made the remark in a series of tweets via his official Twitter handle.

He also noted that Buhari wanted power but was not interested in development because the latter was a threat to him.

The former Presidential aide insisted that Buhari’s power base was mostly the “illiterate or undereducated.”

He wrote: “It took 2 seconds for the Buhari admin to declare IPOB, that has not killed anyone, a terror group.

“Yet they refuse to label Fulani herdsmen, that have killed thousands of Nigerians, a terror group. At least Boko Haram is limited to the NE but herdsmen kill everywhere in Nigeria.

“Buhari wanted power. He never wanted development. Development is a threat to him. Buhari’s power base are mostly illiterate or undereducated. If he allows development, they become enlightened and see through him. Hence the need to keep them as they are and secure his power base.”

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