Your Marginalization Is Your Destiny, Reno Omokri Tells Igbos

Former presidential aide to Goodluck Jonathan, Reno Omokri says the marginalization of Igbos is for their good.

Igbos Former presidential aide, Reno Omokri has stated that the perceived marginalization of the Igbos in Nigeria are in line with a divine purpose.

According to him, while the tribe is getting marginalized in their country, Igbos do extremely well when they go overseas.

In an Instagram post he shared, Reno Omokri stated that it is the destiny of the Igbos to restore the Black race worldwide.

He wrote: “Igbos only think they are being marginalised. If only they knew! God is using the marginalisation of Igbos for His purpose.

“I met an Igbo mayor of a major American city. Many Igbo are mayors/MPs in Europe. An Igbo is being considered as a future British PM. Like Jews, the more you marginalise Igbos locally, the more they leave to thrive globally.

“It is the destiny of the Igbo race to restore the fortunes of the Black Race worldwide. Their crucifixion is meant to prepare them for their benediction.”



Femi Fani-Kayode Speaks On Crisis Between Igbos And Yorubas

Femi Fani-Kayode, a former minister of Aviation has reacted to the crisis going on between the Yorubas and the Igbos living and doing business in Lagos State.

Fani Kayode on his Twitter page on Monday described those terrorizing Igbos as ‘murderous scum’.

The former minister compared those terrorizing Igbos in Lagos to Fulani ‘terrorists’ in the Northern part of Nigeria.

On his Twitter page, he wrote: “The murderous scum that are terrorising the Igbo in Lagos shall reap the wind they have sown. They are no better than the Fulani terrorists that kill non-Fulanis in the north.

“These attacks are not done for and on behalf of the Yoruba: they are done for and on behalf of Tinubu.”

DAILY POST recalls that a chieftain of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Doyin Okupe had also condemned the attack on Igbos in Lagos.

He wondered why Igbo people living in Lagos should be stopped from casting their votes.

He described the campaign among the Yorubas for Igbos to leave Lagos for choosing a particular political party over another, as deadly and undemocratic.

Source: Daily Post

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