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Reno Omokiri Reveals How Barack Obama Influenced Boko Haram Insurgency In Nigeria

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Former presidential aide, Reno Omokri has reacted to the report that more Americans consider former US president, Barack Obama to be the worst president elected since World war II.

Time Magazine recently revealed that more Americans consider Barack Obama to be the worst President since World War II, according to a new poll.

The Quinnipiac poll revealed that 33% of Americans sees Obama as the worst post-war president, while just 8% consider him the best. Another 28% see former President George W. Bush as the worst. Richard Nixon, the only American President ever to resign in disgrace, was picked the worst by 13%, according to the poll.

According to Reno Omokri, the Quinnipiac poll is a true reflection of what Obama’s reign was all about.

Omokri added that the day Barack Obama was elected was one of his happiest days on earth but was utterly disappointed by some of Obama’s actions afterwards.

He said: Time Magazine is so accurate. I campaigned for this man. The day he was elected was one of my happiest days on earth. Yet he turned out to be a spectacular disappointment. He meddled in elections in other nations but turned cry baby when Hillary lost. He thought he was so smart that you should just listen to him because your opinion was bound to be inferior to his. He did ABSOLUTELY NOTHING of substance and lasting value for Africa. Yet he moved the world for homosexuals. He destabilised Libya and when the fallout affected Nigeria (Boko Haram), he refused to lift a hand to help. I have no shred of respect for Barack Obama.


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