Reno Omokri Vows Never To Join The APC, But Will Continue To Support Buhari When Right And To Oppose Him When He Is Not

Reno Omokri has announced that he would never join the ruling party, the All-Progressive Congress, but will continue to commend the president, General Muhammadu Buhari, whenever he does well, and oppose him whenever he does wrong.

According to Reno Omokri, the president would continue to enjoy commendations from him, so long he is doing well, but as long as he does wrong, he would receive it negatively or the other way around.

In speaking about his commitment to making sure he condemns and commends the president, and never joins the ruling party, Reno Omokri also spoke on organizing a second protest to chase Buhari out of London if he ever visits London for treatment.

Recall that Reno Omokri had organized a protest in London the last time the president visited for a medical checkup, the protest did not allow the president to undergo the treatment he went for as he came back to Nigeria. Reno Omokri plans to plan another protest if the president visits for treatment of any kind.

Speaking on the ruling party, the award-winning author and televangelist stated that he would never settle by joining the party, he said he would continue in his quest to speak against what is not right and stand for what is right.

Here is the tweet he shared about an hour ago on his official Twitter handle, he said;

“If Buhari does well, I will commend. If he does wrong, I will oppose. I can NEVER be settled, nor will I EVER join the APC. I am objective, not destructive. And God sparing my life, I will organize #HarassBuhariOutofLondon part 2 if Buhari dares return to London for ANY treatment.”

He has been speaking against anything he thinks the current administration is doing wrongly and also commending it on whatever he thinks they are doing well. On political party, he has vowed never to join the All-Progressive Congress, APC.

Recall that Reno Omokri was insulted by some of his followers for commending Buhari for granting two different interviews in a week. The interview with the Nigeria Television Authority, NTA, and that of the Arise TV network. He said it was a good development and the president did well to grant that, but it did not stop him from condemning many things the president said.

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