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Buhari’s slow response to Xenophobic attack was because most are Igbos – Reno Omokri
Reno Omokri, Former media aide to Nigeria’s ex-president, Goodluck Jonathan, has expressed disapproval to the slow pace ot takes President Mohammadu Buhari to react over ongoing attacks on some Nigerians in South Africa.
He said that the President’s less concern is because majority of the victims were from Igbo extraction.
While reacting to the unabated attacks on some Nigerians in South Africa on Tuesday through series of tweets, Omokri said the five percent votes the South East Nigerians contributed during his elections made Buhari not to act swiftly.
His tweets reads: “General @MBuhari is NOT bothered about the KILLINGS of Nigerians in SA because he feels that most Nigerians there are Igbos. They are 5 percenters. If he wanted to, he could act fast. Remember how fast he acted with Zainab Aliyu in Saudi Arabia? #StopKillingNigeriansInSA
“What a USELESS government! A week after a foreign country has been KILLING your CITIZENS and VANDALISING PROPERTY you are still on @Twitter TALKING. Ordinary TRAVEL ADVISORY against SA you haven’t done. And you are surprised they don’t take you seriously?”
According to reports , Adetola Olubajo, the President of the Nigeria Union South Africa (NUSA), confirmed the ugly development to News Agency of Nigeria on Tuesday.
Adetola said the attacks started on Sunday morning in Jeppestown area of Johannesburg when a building was set ablaze by an angry mob.