Reno Omokri offers Garba Shehu $ 20,000 for a night in Borno; declines

Reno Omokri offers Garba Shehu a $ 20,000 gift if he agrees to spend an unsafe night in Koshobe Borno state

Reno Omokri, a former presidential aide to the Goodluck Jonathan administration, on Wednesday challenged President Muhammadu Buhari’s spokesman Garba Shehu to spend a night in Koshebe, Borno State or Kware, Sokoto State. without security and receive a monetary gift of $ 20,000.

Reno made the challenge after a statement from Shehu that President Muhammadu Buhari had made Nigeria safer than before.

In his tweet, Reno said: “Garba Shehu said General @MBuhari has made Nigeria safer. I promise to pay @GarShehu $ 20,000 if he spends a night without security in Koshobe or Kware, verified by an independent journalist. the funds to @DeleMomodu when Garba agrees to go ”

Responding to Reno’s challenge, Garba Shehu rejected it and said, “If it’s money from collections made in the name of Leah Sharibu, the unfortunate Christian girl stolen by Boko Haram, I won’t touch her with a long (spoon ). Keep “your USD20000”.

Dele Momodu also reacted and said, “As a referee, I suggest that our brother @GarShehu take on the free challenge as a declared disciple of @MBuhari and call the bluff of @renoomokri and I will declare the winner as soon as possible … “

Insecurity has been a major threat to Nigeria, as Boko Haram has killed more than 30,000 people since 2009 and continues to carry out regular attacks on Borno and other parts of the country.

Millions of people have been forced to leave their homes. The violence did not stop after Buhari declared the group “technically defeated.”

The village of Koshebe where Reno challenged Shehu, who said President Buhari has made Nigeria safer, to spend a night without security, saw a massacre that took place on November 28, when up to 110 civilians were killed. and farmers and six were injured. since they worked in rice fields.

In a recent attack, more than 300 students were abducted from Government Science High School, Kankara, Katsina State, President Buhari’s home state; but they were later released after negotiations between the state government and the kidnappers.

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