Reno Omokri Says That ‘Weak’ President Goodluck Jonathan Would Have Sacked IG Of Police If He Disobeyed His Order
Reactions continue to trail the disclosure by President Muhammadu Buhari that the Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Idris disobeyed his order of relocating to Benue State and that is why the killings in the State have continued.
The latest to comment on the shocking statement by the President is the former Aide to Ex-President Goodluck Jonathan, Reno Omokri.
The US-based pastor said that though his former boss was tagged as ‘weak’, such atrocity could have never happened during his regime.
This, he said, is because Goodluck Jonathan would have known that his order was being disobeyed and would have subsequently sacked the IG immediately.
Thus, Omokri questioned the Presidency of Muhammadu Buhari as he said that the Incumbent does not even know what happens in his administration.
As confirmed by NIGERIA NEWS, Reno Omokri sent the following tweets today: “A President that cannot supervise his appointees, is that one a President? President whose orders are disobeyed, is that one a leader? President who does not know what is happening in his government, is that one in power?
“The Benue State Governor, Sam Ortom, is funny. He asked President Buhari to arrest the killer Fulani herdsmen that killed Benue people.
“A President that does not even know where his IG of Police is, who will he ask to arrest who? Please Ortom, be serious and stop cracking jokes.
“You called Jonathan weak. If an Inspector General of Police had disobeyed Jonathan’s orders 2 things would have occurred
“Jonathan would have known because he verifies that his order [is] obeyed, and
“Jonathan would have sacked such an IGP before you could say Jack Robinson.”
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