“Buhari Doesn’t Care About You And Your Children That’s Why Schools Are Opened” Reno Omokri Tells Nigerians

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The Nigerian author, Reno Omokri has said that he finds it difficult to understand why schools are still closed in UK and America but opened in Nigeria despite the fact that they have a 100 times better medical facilities than there are in Nigeria.

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Stating that he didn’t understand why it has to be so, he added that it is all because the nation’s president, Muhammadu Buhari doesn’t have his children schooling in Nigeria.

He stated wildly that the schools are opened because Buhari simply doesn’t care about the people of Nigeria and their children.

“America and UK have medical facilities that are 100 times better than Nigeria’s, yet their schools are closed.

Kids learn online.

Yet, Nigeria opens her schools. Why?

Because NONE of #Buhari’s kids school in Nigeria.

He does not care about you and your children!” 

Reno Omokri tweeted.

Students in Nigeria’s West African neighbours, Ghana, are also resuming school today amidst a lot of scepticism as to whether this is the right time to open the schools for the children to go back to the classroom.

A Ghanaian MP has even stated he isn’t allowing his children to go back to school, at least for now, because he is not sure about their safety amidst the surge in the coronavirus positive cases in the country.

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