- Reno Omokri mocks Tunde Bakare for making comments aimed at Osinbajo when he couldn’t condemn the removal of CRK from the curriculum of public schools
- He claims that Bakare had run with Buhari in 2011 and lost while Buhari won the election when he picked Yemi Osinbajo as a running mate
- He praises acting president Yemi Osinbajo for his actions that have led to positive developments for the country
Tunde Bakare, the senior pastor of the Latter Rain Assembly, has been slammed by the former special assistant to ex-president Goodluck Jonathan on new media Reno Omokri over comments concerning acting president Yemi Osinbajo.
According to reports, while speaking about the state of the president’s health on Sunday June 18, Bakare had said: “The next in line might not be king”.
Lashing out at the cleric over the comment however, Omokri mocked Bakare for losing the presidential election in 2011 with Buhari.
In series of tweets, he stated: “Tunde Bakare can’t condemn removal of CRK from our curriculum but can send coded messages to Osinbajo about ‘next in line’ not being king!
“PMB ran with you and lost. He ran with @ProfOsinbajo and won. Maybe if you had “shown off” you would not have lost the election for Buhari!
“If Osinbajo’s show off leads to Naira appreciation, diesel price drop and prompt payment of salaries, then all politicians should show off!”
Meanwhile, NAIJ.com previously reported that the senior pastor of the Latter Rain Assembly Tunde Bakare said President Muhammadu Buhari is on the path to recovery.
The cleric made his comments on Sunday, June 18, while addressing a press conference after his Sunday sermon.
Watch this NAIJ.com TV video asking Nigerians if Osinbajo is better than Buhari