Former President Goodluck Jonathan’s ex-aide, Reno Omokri has described Bola Tinubu, Babtunde Fashola, Rotimi Amaechi and Rochas Okorocha as “looters.”
Omokri made the remark while rubbishing the President Muhammadu Buhari’s ongoing anti-corruption war.
He said until the above-named politicians were included in the looters’ lists, the ongoing anti-graft war was “dead on arrival.”
In a tweet, Omokri said Buhari lacks the moral right to fight corruption because those named above funded his campaign using alleged looted funds.
The tweet reads, “Has Buhari called Amaechi, who admitted spending $500,000 state fund on dinner for Wole Soyinka, a looter?
“Has Buhari called Fashola who used $500,000 state fund to build his website, a looter?
“Until then, his anti corruption fight is #DEADONARRIVAL
“In law, a man who receives stolen goods is as guilty as the thief. Can President Buhari tell us who funded his 2015 campaign? Can he say Tinubu, Amaechi, Rochas & co didn’t provide cash?
“From where did they get it? If you are serious, include your financiers in your looters list!
“As long as President Buhari has @ChibuikeAmaechi on his cabinet, he won’t have the moral authority to fight corruption and his so called anti corruption war will be looked at with disdain by Nigeria’s, @anticorruption (Transparency International) and the international community.”