Omokri Calls Buhari  ‘Petty’ For Not Attending Atiku Abubakars’s 75th Birthday Party

Reno Omokri Calls Buhari  ‘Petty’ For Not Attending Atiku Abubakars’s 75th Birthday Party

Reno Omokri a political critics and former presidential aide has taken to social media to slam President Muhammadu Buhari for not congratulating former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar, on his birthday.

Aso understands that the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, presidential hopeful on Thursday, November 25, 2021, clocked 75 years.

However, while other politicians, friends and family sent their goodwill messages to the Adamawa State native, Omokri observed that President Buhari did not felicitate Atiku.

Taken to his Instagram page on Thursday night, Omokri wrote: “Dear General Buhari, You ignored HE @AAtiku’s birthday. How petty can you be? This is a man who attended your son, Yusuf’s, wedding, when you invited him.

“Such a small minded man. You are meant to be the father of the nation, not the father of only those who voted for you!”

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Reno Omokri (born 1974) is a Nigerian lawyer and human rights activist who is against the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari.

He is an enthusiastic critic of the president achievement even after been called out on multiple occasions.

Millions of Nigerians believe that his hatred for the president is based on religious and political differences not because of economic policies and plans of the administration.

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