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#AudioVP: Reno Omokri, Tweeps Shade Osinbajo Over 10k Reno Moni

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Vice President Osinbajo is currently one of the top five Twitter trends this morning as Nigerians shade him with the hashtag #AudioVP. This was gingered by America based Nigerian activist Reno Omokri who raised the hashtag for his ten thousand naira cash giveaway named RenoMoni.
Reno had asked his followers to identify who the Audio VP is and who he accused of not building a single road in Nigeria, using the hashtag in order to qualify for the cash giveaway.Audio VP: Reno Omokri, Tweeps Shade Osinbajo Over 10k Reno MoniNew #RenoMoni alert. To qualify, RETWEET this tweet and use #AudioVP in your answer Who is the #AudioVP? Which former President did the #AudioVP lie against, accusing him of not building a single road? First correct answer wins ₦10k #TableShaker #BuhariTormentor“, he wrote.
The whole drama is triggered by the perceived sidelining and dormancy of Osinbajo in taking decisions for the country on behalf of the President. Just on Monday, the Chief of Staff Abba Kyari had flown abroad to present the amended Deep Offshore Act to President Buhari to sign, leaving VP Osinbajo with no authority to act on behalf of the President.Audio VP: Reno Omokri, Tweeps Shade Osinbajo Over 10k Reno Moni This act did not go down well as reactions and controversy have been stirred up ever since. While politicians like Akin Alabi and Adams Oshiomole have come out to right the act of the President, Nigerians do not seem to accept the explanations, with some noting that President Buhari has moved the seat of power to London.
Read also: Buhari Can Preside Over The Country From Anywhere- Adams Oshiomhole
See some reactions to Reno Omokri’s call below:
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