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Osinbajo has surrendered his lips to Satan – Reno Omokri

Reno Omokri, has asked General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, RCCG, Enoch Adeboye, to direct Vice President, Prof Yemi Osinbajo to stop attacking former President Jonathan. The former presidential aide said this in reaction to Osinbajo’s remarks at the 7th...
Posted On 20 Mar 2018

Electing prisoners is better than re-electing Buhari – Reno Omokri

A piece by Reno Omokri. Read below… There are three intelligence agencies in Nigeria, namely DSS, NIA and DIA. Each of them is headed by Northern Muslims. Two out of the three are from the same Katsina State as President Buhari. One out of the three comes from t...
Posted On 03 Feb 2018

Okorocha and Jacob Zuma’s statue – By Reuben Abati

What is it about South African President Jacob Zuma and statues? Two statues in one month- generating controversy from the streets of Pretoria to the streets of Owerri in Nigeria. In the first week of October, a 30-feet monument was unveiled in honour of President Zuma in the...
Posted On 18 Oct 2017

Handshake For APC Thieves, Handcuff for PDP Suspects

  – By Reno Omokri Last week I wrote about what has turned out to be the biggest corruption scandal in African history – the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation $26 billion can of worms.  Little did I know when writing that piece that the matter should enter...
Posted On 14 Oct 2017

UN sex abuse in Congo: Key findings from AP investigation

BUNIA, Congo — Here are key findings from the third installment of The Associated Press investigation into the U.N.’s peacekeeping crisis:   1. Congo, home to the United Nations’ largest and most expensive mission, had the highest number of abuse and exploitation...
Posted On 21 Sep 2017

Nigerian Community, Málaga: The ‘Bitter Truth’ that came to ‘Reality’

– By Ikechukwu Asiegbu “Today not only in philosophy but in politics, government, and individual morality, our generation sees solutions in terms of synthesis and not absolutes. When this happens, truth, as people have always thought of truth, has died.”  – Francis...
Posted On 19 Sep 2017

The Python does not dance – By Reuben Abati

Operation code-names have been an important part of military operations since the Germans first applied them in World War 1 but it may be said that the recent (or ongoing?) controversial military exercise in the South Eastern part of Nigeria codenamed Operation Python Dance II is...
Posted On 19 Sep 2017

South Sudan and the many stranded and forgotten by war

RENK, South Sudan — “They told us we’d only be here for six days, and that was six years ago,” Ramadan Wani says. Anxiously rubbing his hands together, the 46-year-old sits hunched on a makeshift stool in his tattered house in Payuer, a displaced persons’...
Posted On 19 Sep 2017

Like Nollywood, Like Buhari: Elected In Nigeria, Consumed In U.K.

An article written by Reno Omokri. Read on… I am sure my readers were rudely shocked out of their reverie by the eponymously named Minister of Information, Lai Mohammed, who announced to a bewildered nation that the Federal Government, whose spokesman he is, is making...
Posted On 22 Jul 2017

The Reoccurring Decimal Called Mob Action – By Joe Onwukeme

A nation where mob action seems to be the only alternative to justice, the innocent will continue to cry for same justice. Mob action is increasingly becoming a reoccurring decimal in Nigeria. From the rampaging Fulani herdsmen and retaliatory attacks from the host communities...
Posted On 20 Jul 2017