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When APC called Buhari a sitting President, they were right, because he sits doing nothing – Omokri

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Former aide to ex-President Goodluck Jonathan, Reno Omokri, has mocked the governing All Progressives Congress (APC) over claims that Atiku Abubakar, is exhibiting acts of felony against a ‘sitting’ President, Muhammadu Buhari.

The allegation was levelled against Atiku, a former Vice President and the opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) presidential candidate in the last election by the APC on Tuesday.

But in his response in a post on his verified Twitter account on Wednesday, Omokri said APC was right to have described Buhari as a sitting President because he supposedly “sits doing nothing while Nigeria became world headquarters of poorest people.

He said, ” The APCNg dont know how right they were when they called General @MBuhari a”sitting President” in their warning to
@Atiku. A President who sits doing nothing while his nation becomes the world headquarters for EXTREME POVERTY under him is truly a #SittingPresidentBuhari.”

READ ALSO: After rigging 2019 elections, APC adding insult to injury by accusing Atiku of felony – PDP

In another tweet, Omokri described as a pity, the Presidency claim on Tuesday that Boko Haram has been defeated.

He wrote, “Sad that just four days after Boko Haram killed 65 people at a burial in Borno, and three days after they attacked Baga and killed an unknown number of Nigerians, General @MBuhari released a statement claiming that he has ‘defeated Boko Haram’. What a pity!”

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