Osinbajo’s declaration speech empty than Buhari’s WAEC certificate, says Reno Omokri

Osinbajo’s declaration speech empty than Buhari’s WAEC certificate, says Reno Omokri

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A former aide to former President Goodluck Jonathan, Reno Omokri, on Monday, said Vice President Yemi Osinbajo’s presidential declaration speech was emptier than the West Africa Examination Council certificate of the President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.).

This as he also challenged Osinbajo’s supporters to list any achievement that could earn him (Osinbajo) the presidential seat.

The PUNCH reports that Osinbajo on Monday officially declared his intention to contest the 2023 presidential election.

He made the declaration in a short broadcast shared via his Twitter handle after months of intense speculations.

But reacting to the declaration on Monday, Omokri challenged the vice president’s supporter to point out specific achievements listed by Osinbanjo in his declaration speech.

In a series of tweets on his Twitter handle, Omokri said he was ready to give $1000 to any supporter who is able to list the vice president’s achievements.

He wrote, “He Osinbajo’s declaration speech was emptier than Buhari’s WAEC certificate! He talked for almost 7 minutes and could not name one tangible achievement. Only promises. After 8 years. Name one promise and its fulfilment from that speech, and I will pay you $1000.

“Can you name a specific achievement Osinbajo listed in his declaration speech and get $1000? Not promises. I refer to achievements. For instance, ‘I promised this in 2015, and I delivered this in 2022’. I need one Osinbajo supporter to respond and get $1000.”

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