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Presidency Lost Jonathan, Not The Other Way Round – Reno

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Reno Omokri, an aide to the former Nigerian president, Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, has taken to his social media page, Instagram precisely to narrates the position of his former boss in the country.

The submissive aide noted that indeed Goodluck Jonathan did not miss out on the leadership of the country, but that it was the presidency that misses out the leader.

According to Reno, it is clear now that a few years after his boss exit from the office of Nigerian President, many things have gone so wrong and worst than it was during his tenure.

He noted that the country is no longer enjoying facilities as it were during Jonathan’s administration. He speaks about amenities that are supposed to be enjoyed by the common man are no longer available to them, and that the ones available are much expensive even with their small benefit.

He also pointed out on the issue of insecurity in the country, noting that people’s life is no longer safe, travelling through Kaduna-Abuja road has now become a challenge, adding that the only road considered in that axis is the rail station constructed by the former president.

Reno said “5 years after 2015, it has dawned on Nigerians that former President Jonathan did not lose the Presidency. Rather, it was the Presidency that lost him. Look at what has happened to Nigeria? Deterioration in EVERY area. Look at you the citizen. What have you gained?”

“You pay more for less electricity, fuel, transport and food. You do not only pay more taxes, you now have strange new taxes on your GSM and bank accounts. You can’t travel from Kaduna to Abuja by road. You now depend solely on the trains Jonathan built. Insecurity is worse. Yet, look at Jonathan, going from glory to glory! He is the most sought after former President in Africa. Who lost?”

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5 years after 2015, it has dawned on Nigerians that former President Jonathan did not lose the Presidency. Rather, it was the Presidency that lost him. Look at what has happened to Nigeria? Deterioration in EVERY area. Look at you the citizen. What have you gained? You pay more for less electricity, fuel, transport and food. You do not only pay more taxes, you now have strange new taxes on your GSM and bank accounts. You can’t travel from Kaduna to Abuja by road. You now depend solely on the trains Jonathan built. Insecurity is worse. Yet, look at Jonathan, going from glory to glory! He is the most sought after former President in Africa. Who lost? #BuhariTormentor

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In another news, Naija News reported former lawmaker representing Kaduna Central in the Senate, Shehu Sani has described the removal of the Emir from office as “intolerance and toxicity of the liquor of power.”



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