Omokri Ridicules Buhari For Complaining Of Working For 6 Hours

Omokri Ridicules Buhari For Complaining Of Working For 6 Hours

Reno Omokri, a one-time aide to ex-President Goodluck Jonathan, has mocked President Muhammadu Buhari for complaining about working for six hours. DAILY POST reports.

Omokri said Buhari is the reason why Nigeria is falling apart under his tenure. jamb results

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In a tweet, the former Presidential aide charged the president to go home and rest.

According to Omokri: “Buhari complained of working for six hours daily, saying it’s too much for him. Can you imagine? No wonder Nigeria is falling apart under him”.

“How can a President work for only six hours? When even CEOs of corporations work for 10-12 hours. Buhari, go home and rest!” Information Guide Nigeria

Recall that Buhari had on Nigerian Television Authority (NTA) on Thursday night said he is looking forward to his exit from office cause age was showing on him.

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