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Reno Omokri To Indimi: You Can’t Flaunt Private Jets When Surrounded By Poverty

Reno Omokri has replied the Indimi family after they attacked him over the comment he made referring to their family earlier today.

This morning, Reno called out their family and other
wealthy Northern families after billionaire
businessman, Femi Otedola, donated N5 billion to
Save the Children Fund.

The money is expected to
be used for the upkeep of impoverished children in
Katsina, Adamawa and Borno state.

In his post, Reno opined that many of the wealthy
families in the North, the Indimis inclusive, are only
known for flaunting private jets and getting married
to chilldren of presidents instead of using their
wealth to better the lot of children in the region.

The Indimis in their response, asked Reno to take it
up with God if he is mad that they are getting
married to important persons. They also asked
Reno to list his achievements asides him being an
ex-presidential aide.

Below is Reno’s response to them

Dear Indimi Family,
I saw your post attacking me. You shouldn’t see my criticism of your obscene display of wealth in the midst of the extreme poverty surrounding you as hate, neither should you see my opposition to your powerful in law, General Buhari, as bitterness. That
is rather petty. Opposition is a vital part of democracy, and I am not asking you to do what I have not done. I hate to do this. I would prefer to keep it private. But since you challenge me, please find attached a picture of an orphanage I built with
my hard earned money to house orphans from Borno IDP. Yet, I am not from Borno. I have also
travelled to 36 countries so far in 2019, campaigning for #FreeLeahSharibu, a native of
Borno, where you come from. I don’t have one percent of one percent of your wealth. You can’t be flaunting private jets and spending hundreds of millions when you are surrounded by the worst poverty on planet Earth and expect not to get calledout! There are millions of internally displaced
people in Borno. If indeed you guys are doing something, we will see it via the IDPs. Shut me up by making a difference to their lives!

#TableShaker#FreeLeahSharibu #RenosNuggets

By Victor Aluede G.y

Aluede G.y Victory is a history
enthusiast an a mediapreneur living in Aboru,
Lagos. He studied arts at skills click foundation, he is an alumni of Rehoboth college Aboru, Lagos.

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