Pastor of the Mind of Christ Christian Center, California USA and former special assistant to ex president Goodluck Jonathan on new media Reno Omokri, paid a visit to Facebook’s Headquarters in Palo Alto in California. Omokiri who visited with his sister, seized the moment to pose for pictures outside the office as he sent out this tweet
“On a tour of @facebook’s HQ in Palo Alto, with my visiting sister. Amazing what God’s done through @MarkZuckerbergF”
Recently, Reno reacted to comments that suggested that the lingering fuel scarcity in Nigeria was the aftermath of President Goodluck Jonathan’s 6 year administration, saying his boss is not to blame for the fuel scarcity currently plaguing Nigeria.
In an open letter to Information Minister, Lai Mohammed who blamed ‘Jonathan’s sins’ for the petrol shortage, Reno said “it is wrong to blame the former President, I will quote the words of the incumbent President. A month ago, President Buhari, while speaking to the Nigerian community in the Iranian capital, Tehran, said “I believe if you are in touch back at home, you would have been told that already there is some improvement in power”. Those were the words of President Muhammadu Buhari in Tehran on November 25th, 2015. You, Honourable Minister, also boasted about the improvement in power back in August 2015, when you attributed the improvement to the ‘body language’ of the ‘new sheriff’ in town. You may recall that you said “I say it anywhere I go that even though we have not added one single megawatt to power, there has been improvement.”