Ayo Oyalowo Shredded Reno Omokri; Calls Him a Bad Example On Channels Tv Ayo Oyalowo Shredded Reno Omokri; Calls Him a Bad Example On Channels Tv - Gistmattaz Ng : Nigeria News | Latest Naija News Today 24/7

Ayo Oyalowo Shredded Reno Omokri; Calls Him a Bad Example On Channels Tv

Reno Omokri, the anti Buhari socialite and former aide to ex-president Goodluck Jonathan who was invited to a live TV debate with Ayo Oyalowo a member of the Opposition party APC on Channels Television.

The debate which was fostered on the Topic "Nigeria Under Buhari; Accessing President's Promises and Performances 

Only recently, the All Progressives Congress said there were links between major opposition party, the Peoples Democratic Party and the US indicted fraudster, Hushpuppi and added that those links should be questioned.
Ayo Oyalowo

Discussions around this matter have continued in different quarters and were a major talking point on Channels Television’s Sunday Politics where Mr Reno, and the government under which he served were again labeled as corrupt.

In a heated debate on the issue of corruption, Mr. Ayo Oyalowo who is an APC member and political economist stated that Mr. Omokri should not have a say when it comes to matters of corruption in Nigeria.

Reacting to claims by Omokri that under the Buhari-led administration corruption has become official, Mr. Oyalowo stated that “Reno is the least person that should be talking about corruption”.

Mr. Oyalowo further stated that under the Goodluck Jonathan era in which Reno served, the government treated corruption with kid gloves.

He said, “You cannot compare a government that romanticise corruption with a government taking alleged corruption cases to court”.

Defending the Buhari-led government which Reno Omokri said has allowed corruption to thrive, Mr Oyalowo explained that under the present administration, houses and money are being recovered from convicted fraudsters.

He further argues that the Buhari-led government has been transparent in all its dealings, including the exercise of giving money to the poorest of the poor in the nation.

“You can point to many people who benefited from the N-Power,” Mr. Oyalowo argued.

The political economist however noted that no one can solve Nigeria’s problems in five years, adding that in the fullness of time Nigerians will come to appreciate the change that the present administration has brought.

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