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Omokri mocks Okorocha, ‘He’ll only be President of Nigeria Union of Road Transport Workers’

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Reno Omokri, former advisor to former president Goodluck Jonathan, reacted to the statement by Imo state governor, Chief Rochas Okorocha, who will become president of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

Latestalert reported that the outgoing governor Imo made a promise on Sunday during his precious thanksgiving service in the chapel of the Government Palace in Owerri.

According to Governor Okorocha, the political tribulations he faced now, particularly the seizure of his return certificate as Imo West’s elected senator, were only his first step towards the presidential seat.

Okorocha scolded his political opponents who, according to him, wanted him to go to prison.

He said he is “the most criticised politician” in the country, adding that all the ploy to stop him from going to the Senate will fail.

“I tell you, I am the most criticised person in Nigeria today. I don’t know why the entire elite hate me with cruelty.

“My Senate ambition is still a battle. More than 30 people have joined the suit to fight me. All these, I will overcome.

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“They are only preparing me for the glory ahead

“Mark it, I will be president of Nigeria. I said this on this altar so that the kingdom of God will rise against those fighting to stop me.

“Also, those who think they will put me in prison will go to prison before me,” Okorocha said.

But reacting, Omokri, in a tweet on Monday, mocked Okorocha by saying that the Governor ‘will become President of Nigeria Union of Road Transport Workers’

He wrote: “Rochas is NOT lying when he said “Mark my words, I will be president of Nigeria”.

“That prophecy is accurate. @RealRochas Okorocha will become President of Nigeria Union of Road Transport Workers. As the founder of #IBERIBERISM, he will be a good fit! #FreeLeahSharibu #RenosDarts.”