IPOB: Peter Obi Ought To Have Condemned The Sit-At-Home – Reno Omokri

Reno Omokri on Peter Obi

Famous Socio-Political examiner and previous official helper, Reno Omokri has pummeled the flagbearer of the Work Party (LP) in the 2023 decisions, Peter Obi, over his remark on the sit-at-home request in the South East.

Omokiri in a progression of tweets by means of his Twitter handle on Thursday, said Obi shouldn’t have pardoned the Native Nation of Biafra (IPOB) of obligation regarding the continuous sit-at-home in the South East.

He said the LP up-and-comer ought to have just denounced the sit-at-home, and the weakness and loss of lives and occupations it is causing the locale.

As per Omokri, clearing IPOB of being behind the sit-at-home request has depicted him as the representative of the banned gathering.

“Peter Obi should never have released that tweet where he absolved IPOB of responsibility for the ongoing sit-at-home in the Southeast. From the bottom of my heart, this is not a jibe.

“This is a heartfelt message of concern. Peter ought to have condemned the sit-at-home, and the insecurity and loss of lives and livelihoods it is causing, and stopped there. By absolving IPOB of responsibility, he postured himself as if he was their spokesman.

“Obi may be right or wrong. But let IPOB speak for themselves. IPOB has a spokesman. Let the fellow do his job. It is not in the best interest of a politician aspiring to be Nigeria’s President to speak for a separatist body.

“Peter should be as far away from IPOB as Tinubu is aloof of any Yoruba separatist movement. Let another person say it. Not you. Not you! You are too big for that. Or at least, you should be.

“If I were Peter, I would sack whoever counselled him to issue that tweet. Because his denial of IPOB’s responsibility would not be believed by an average Nigerian. Even Obidients from geopolitical zones other than the Southeast will not believe it. In short, it was just unnecessary. The only people it helped are IPOB.”

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