- Omokri says Jonathan should have kept quiet about the alleged international conspiracy
- He says he has names of people who attended the meetings and the dates they were held
- Omokri says he will reveal all the details in his book coming out in June
For probably the first time ever, Reno Omokri, a former aide on new media to ex-president Goodluck Jonathan has faulted his actions after he claimed to have lost the 2015 elections due to an international conspiracy.
According to Omokri, Jonathan should not have said what he did even though it is the truth.
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Omokri said in a video posted to his Facebook account late on Saturday, April 29 that Jonathan should not have told author Segun Adeniyi what he did.
Jonathan's claims were documented by Adeniyi in his book "Against the run of play" and was first revealed some days.
In the almost 10-minute video seen by NAIJ.com correspondent, Omokri said Jonathan's words have elicited unnecessary reactions and counter-reactions.
Speaking further, Omokri vowed to expose names of those who conspired against Jonathan.
He said: "I have been able o trace a former US state department official, an intelligence official... and he actually attended the meetings where it would seem that a conspiracy was hatched, so to say, to remove then President Jonathan.
"I have detailed accounts of those meetings. I have names, I have dates. I have what was said and what wasn't said."
All the details he said would be revealed in his book coming out in June and would let Jonathan have some parts of the manuscript which could be released to the press if the former Nigeria leader so desired.
Watch Omokri's video:
NAIJ.com reported just recently that the EFCC warned Reno Omokri, a former aide on new media to ex-president Goodluck Jonathan, to be careful with his words when talking about President Muhammadu Buhari.
The anti-corruption agency tweeted its caution to Omokri on its official Twitter handle on Thursday, April 27 afternoon.
Watch this NAIJ.com TV video of a Nigerian man on the street stating categorically that ex-president Goodluck Jonathan was never a bad choice for Nigeria.