I am a big fan of Reno Omokri but for the first, since I started following him, he messed up big time.
From the international passport, one could see two important dates:
23rd June 2014 and 23 July 2014.
We all know that June comes first before July. There is no way, Reno will travel by July ( the 7th month of the year) and come back in June (the 6th month of the same year). No way.
There are many immigration officers at the airport but with different numbers that will stamp the SOD (Stamp on Departure) and SOA ( Stamp on Arrival).
When he was leaving Nigeria, the SOD was stamped by the immigration officer on duty which was on the 23rd June 2014 and on his date of return which is 23rd of July 2014.
That means, from January 2014- 22rd of June 2014, Reno Omokri was in Nigeria.
He, Reno Omokri was pointing at April 28 2014(the date written in red pen) which has nothing to do with the date he departed and arrive in Nigeria.
I don’t know what the date represents though and I wouldn’t want to dwell on that.
Barr. Natasha Akpoti claimed that Reno Omokri made a pass at her in April 2014 and with the evidences provided by Reno Omokri, one can tell that, truly, Reno was in Nigeria and being a special Assistant to the president, he must be present at the said occasion.
It is also very much possible that Reno Omokri didn’t made pass at Barr. Natasha Akpoti as she claimed but Reno has to come out to defend himself with another evidence(s); the one he rushed to show us the vawulence lovers isn’t it. Maybe Reno’s intention was just to be a friend without any emotional string attached which is not bad since they are both Adults.
On that note, Barr. Natasha Akpoti won the first round of the vawulence.
Who knows who will win the second round?
But, why the fight?
What do we stand to gain at the end of the vawulence ?
Will it stop our oppressors from oppressing us?
Why can’t we put this same energy and differences into fighting our common enemies? See hunger everywhere. See killings every day. See prices of foodstuffs rising daily.
In the end, it is not about who wins or who loses; it is about what we all gain.
When we fight we should always remember that in unity and peace we can make Nigeria great again. Let us all End Vawulence !