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Twitter War: Garba Shehu Reacts To Reno Omokri’s Challenge

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President Muhammadu Buhari’s spokesperson, Garba Shehu has reacted to a challenge by Reno Omokri.

Recall that Omokri had challenged Shehu to stay a night without security in Koshobe or Kware without security for $20,000.

Omokri also brought in media personality, Dele Momodu to be the umpire.

The challenge followed Shehu’s claim that President Buhari has made Nigeria safer.

 

Presidential spokesperson, Garba Shehu reacts after Reno Omokri challenged him to stay a night without security in Koshobe or Kware without security for $20,000

 

Racting to this, Shehu insinuated that the money Omokri attached to the challenge might have come from an alleged collections made in the name of Leah Sharibu, who he described as the unfortunate Christian girl stolen by Boko Haram.

Presidential spokesperson, Garba Shehu reacts after Reno Omokri challenged him to stay a night without security in Koshobe or Kware without security for $20,000

 

However, Omokri fired back by challenging those in the present administration to come up with proof of him making money off Leah Sharibu. He also asked the presidential spokesperson to focus on the issue at hand and take up the challenges.

 

Presidential spokesperson, Garba Shehu reacts after Reno Omokri challenged him to stay a night without security in Koshobe or Kware without security for $20,000

 

Media personality, Dele Momodu also waded into the challenge. He disclosed that he got a call from Reno Omokri for the challenge and further told Shehu to take it up as a disciple of President Buhari.

 

Presidential spokesperson, Garba Shehu reacts after Reno Omokri challenged him to stay a night without security in Koshobe or Kware without security for $20,000Presidential spokesperson, Garba Shehu reacts after Reno Omokri challenged him to stay a night without security in Koshobe or Kware without security for $20,000

 

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