-Reno Omokri Calls Out Obidients Over Attack On Pastor Adeboye
Nigerian human right activist, Reno Omokri calls out Labour Party presidential candidate, Peter Obi as he failed to bring his supporters (Obidients) to order as they attacked Pastor Enoch Adeboye over a comment which was reportedly said by him but was later discovered that it wasn’t by the man of God. The statement had said that the president-elect, Bola Tinubu, would fix Nigeria with the help of God.
According to Omokri, he said Obi’s supporters have insulted the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Pastor Enoch Adeboye.
The rumour had said that Pastor Enoch Adeboye who was represented by his personal assistant Balogun said Tinubu had promised to fix Nigeria, hence he requested that prayers should be offered for God to support the incoming administration.
Reacting to the statement were Obi’s supporters. As they felt offended by the statement, calling him names on various social media platforms.
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“In Christianity, the most respected Nigerian is Pastor Adeboye. You may not like that it is a fact, but it is true. So respected is he that he was called ‘Daddy Adeboye’ by a British Prime Minister (David Cameron). In Islam, the most revered living Nigerian is Sarkin Musulumi, His Eminence, Muhammadu Sa’ad Abubakar, Sultan of Sokoto. So revered is he that Nigerian Presidents even bow to him.
“In academics, the most respected Nigerian national is Professor Wole Soyinka. The first Black African to have won a Nobel Prize in an academic category. So honoured is he that a former US President (Jimmy Carter) personally took his Green Card to him without him even applying for one.
“Each of these three national icons has been insulted publicly and carelessly by Obidients,” Omokri stated.
Omokri expressed that he was saddened that Obi was afraid and couldn’t publicly call his supporters to order, saying he preferred meeting the insulted leaders privately to say one thing indoors and another thing outside.
“Sadly, their leader is afraid of publicly calling them to order. And instead prefers to go privately to see people they insult to say one thing in private and then another in public.”
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