•Following the release of President Bola Ahmed Tinubu's school records by Chicago State University, Reno Omokri challenges those accusing him of collecting bribe from Tinubu
Former presidential aide, Reno Omokri, has offered his reaction to the disclosure of Nigeria's President Bola Ahmed Tinubu's academic records by Chicago State University (CSU).
Taking to his social media handle, Omokri asserted that CSU's release of Tinubu's genuine academic records serves as vindication for his claim that the president indeed attended the institution.
Furthermore, Omokri challenged those who had threatened to discredit him over the Chicago State University issue to step forward and do so.
He stated, "I wonder why those who have been boasting for days that they will disgrace me over the Chicago State University matter are not anywhere. I am here. Mi o sa. Come and disgrace me."
Omokri went on to affirm that he may not know the details of President Bola Tinubu's primary or secondary education, but he could solemnly swear that he attended Chicago State University.
He asserted, "I went there. I have documentary, photographic, and historical evidence."
He also noted the sudden silence of those who had accused him, suggesting that now that the documents have been released by Chicago State University, he is welcoming any attempt to disgrace him.
In his final statement, Omokri extended a wish
"And if I collected money from Tinubu, may all those who accuse me get wealthy from my hard work. But if they have falsely accused me, then may I prosper when they work hard in perpetuity. Please help me seal it with your amen!"