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Reno Omokri Reacts As INEC Postpones General Elections by MediahelmNGR: 9:01am On Feb 16
Former Aide and PDP ranting machine, Reno Omokri has reacts to the postponement of Nigeria General Elections by INEC.


1-The election postponement is the hand of Esau but the voice of Jacob. It is Buhari government’s agenda. They have seen the handwriting on the wall. The intention behind their #CoupAgainstNigeria is to stop their impending defeat.



2-The Council of State DID NOT meet. The election was postponed just 5 hours to the time it was scheduled to start. This is déjà vu. It is June 12 all over again. A dictator who DOES NOT want to go wants to cause chaos with this.


3-Who on earth postpones an election 5 hours to the election except a scared government whose time is up but DOES NOT want to go? They had 4 years to prepare for this election. They had ₦190 billion. Yet they pull this.



4-By instigating a #CoupAgainstNigeria postponement of an election 5 hours before it was scheduled to begin, the Buhari regime knew it was going to lose and want to frustrate you the people and cause very low voter turnout


5-Refuse to play into their hands. Be CALM, PEACEFUL and UNDETERRED. Keep passion until February the 23rd. Then troop out to repay them for their #CoupAgainstNigeria with your vote.



6-This postponement was PLANNED. That‘s why Buhari gave CNN an interview and boasted “NOBODY WILL UNSEAT ME”. Is PMB right? So Nigerians can’t unseat PMB?



7-Remember, elections can only be rigged effectively when the voter turnout is low. That is what their #CoupAgainstNigeria is meant to achieve. But we must troop out in large numbers until the Buhari government we see today, we see no more after May 29, 2019

Source: https://www.mediahelm.com.ng/2019/02/reno-omokri-reacts-as-inec-postpones.html


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zl1Z_VWlZMU

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Re: Reno Omokri Reacts As INEC Postpones General Elections by GuyWise101: 9:03am On Feb 16
Apc and bulhari have been giving Nigerians many uncountable blows, this now is another blow in the face of Nigerians.


Bulhari is mad, a fool, an imbec!le, illiterate herdsman, foolish idiot, heartless tyrant, hopeless animal, dullard of all times, killer and satan, enemy of humanity, enemy of good things, empty human being, brain dead almajiri, everlasting dumb idiot.

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Re: Reno Omokri Reacts As INEC Postpones General Elections by bender79: 9:04am On Feb 16
Meanwhile change this your gay-like picture Mr Remi abi na Reno

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Re: Reno Omokri Reacts As INEC Postpones General Elections by stephleena(f): 9:05am On Feb 16
And Buhari retired to Daura ..that's sure to happen

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Re: Reno Omokri Reacts As INEC Postpones General Elections by Olalan(m): 9:06am On Feb 16
This election doesn't seems as thou it will be conducted fairly if after all the billions and time at their disposal a call off was announced hours before the election commencement.
BTW who will pay for all the resources that will go down the drain cause of this

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Re: Reno Omokri Reacts As INEC Postpones General Elections by Guzel: 9:06am On Feb 16
Was it not Jonathan that postponed the 2011 elections when it was underway

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Re: Reno Omokri Reacts As INEC Postpones General Elections by Bighead9: 9:06am On Feb 16
Cry me a River. grin
Goodluck Jonathan postponed the 2015 election for 3 weeks, heaven did not fall. INEC chooses to postpone the election this time around and Nigerians support this move.

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Re: Reno Omokri Reacts As INEC Postpones General Elections by haywire07(m): 9:09am On Feb 16
Idiot, when they were burning INEC offices in Abia, Anambra....
was Buhari still planning to rig in those PDP strongholds ?

What would he have said if the election went ahead despite about 10,000 ballot papers missing, and PDP loses?

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Re: Reno Omokri Reacts As INEC Postpones General Elections by SalamRushdie: 9:10am On Feb 16
the thing here is that the council of State did not seat

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Re: Reno Omokri Reacts As INEC Postpones General Elections by kennygee(f): 9:11am On Feb 16
APC just agreed to losing the election.

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Re: Reno Omokri Reacts As INEC Postpones General Elections by otokx(m): 9:13am On Feb 16
SalamRushdie:
the thing here is that the council of State did not seat

Council of State need to meet for what exactly?

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Re: Reno Omokri Reacts As INEC Postpones General Elections by Ozid(m): 9:13am On Feb 16
If Reno no react for the postponement of this election na wetin him again. Nigerians can react like chemical reaction but won't do nothing. Abeg lemme just sidon and wait jejely for next week saturday's election

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Re: Reno Omokri Reacts As INEC Postpones General Elections by Trizzi: 9:15am On Feb 16
People wey postpone their party to 23rd of February will be like:

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Re: Reno Omokri Reacts As INEC Postpones General Elections by Escalze(m): 9:21am On Feb 16
If that useless Prof does not resign that position, then this country will never get better

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Re: Reno Omokri Reacts As INEC Postpones General Elections by SluttanSlayer: 9:24am On Feb 16
Guzel:
Was it not Jonathan that increased the 2011 elections when it was underway

This is one of many hordes of illiterates posting from Hammeed Ali's BSO.

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Re: Reno Omokri Reacts As INEC Postpones General Elections by Corrinthians(m): 9:27am On Feb 16
Bighead9:
Cry me a River. grin
Goodluck Jonathan postponed the 2015 election for 3 weeks, heaven did not fall. INEC chooses to postpone the election this time around and Nigerians support this move.
Dont mind the gutless punks. PDP's hypocrisy is just nauseating. angry

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Re: Reno Omokri Reacts As INEC Postpones General Elections by jlinkd78(m): 9:32am On Feb 16
I love u Reno with your facts . If we collectively heed to this advice then d margin of victory by Atiku over Buhari will be even more.

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Re: Reno Omokri Reacts As INEC Postpones General Elections by magoo10(m): 9:33am On Feb 16
The Buhari government we see today we shall see no more.

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Re: Reno Omokri Reacts As INEC Postpones General Elections by wise2odd: 9:33am On Feb 16
desperate politician and desperate hours.

tinubu and oshiomohole are so desperate to win this election. tinubu cannot afford not getting to power 2023 at all cost. and they can do anything to burnt down the country just to remain in power.

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Re: Reno Omokri Reacts As INEC Postpones General Elections by AtikuMeansJobs: 9:34am On Feb 16
THUNDER FIRE BUHARI


Buhari just postponed the doomsday. If he likes let him postpone the election indefinitely he will still lose, this time even woefully

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Re: Reno Omokri Reacts As INEC Postpones General Elections by AtikuMeansJobs: 9:35am On Feb 16
14 people allegedly die at buhari's rally and as at today not a word from him, his vp or the people of his campaign.
Hear me people, Saturday is about the economy, jobs, Leah Sharibu (The only girl left behind because of her faith), freedom of speech, freedom of religion and a Nigeria we all can be believe in. Do not be deceived by a false garb of integrity. Do not be fooled by group thinking of "Na our brother be second in command". Don't allow people manipulate you with "he is our own or member of our religion". Make no mistake about it; what you do at the polling booth on Saturday will resonate for generations. Choose wisely!!!
Tyranny doesn't discriminate. Neither does nepotism nor dictatorship.
When we allow it to thrive, there would be enough injustice to serve everyone including those that supported it.
May God help us all!!!
Nigeria will prevail!

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Re: Reno Omokri Reacts As INEC Postpones General Elections by naijapips04: 9:36am On Feb 16
Bighead9:
Cry me a River. grin
Goodluck Jonathan postponed the 2015 election for 3 weeks, heaven did not fall. INEC chooses to postpone the election this time around and Nigerians support this move.

stop disgracing your tribe. Up to 1 month notice was given before 2015 elections and they were for genuine security reasons.

How can you wake up on the morning of a presidential election and postpone it? which other country does this happen except this shithole ?

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Re: Reno Omokri Reacts As INEC Postpones General Elections by Gandollaar: 9:36am On Feb 16
Bighead9:
Cry me a River. grin
Goodluck Jonathan postponed the 2015 election for 3 weeks, heaven did not fall. INEC chooses to postpone the election this time around and Nigerians support this move.
Oga, five hours to the election? Haba nah!! Buhari's ars.e must taste so good in your mouth.

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Re: Reno Omokri Reacts As INEC Postpones General Elections by yns4real: 9:38am On Feb 16
I dnt support the postponement but no big deal. 2011 election was postponed by INEC under the PDP and Goodluck Jonathan when the election was already underway.

Just stop crying! Buhari is winning this election
Re: Reno Omokri Reacts As INEC Postpones General Elections by Stone123(m): 9:38am On Feb 16
Re: Reno Omokri Reacts As INEC Postpones General Elections by yns4real: 9:45am On Feb 16
naijapips04:


stop disgracing your tribe. Up to 1 month notice was given before 2015 elections and they were for genuine security reasons.

How can you wake up on the morning of a presidential election and postpone it? which other country does this happen except this shithole ?

Stop making noise! Worst scenario happened in 2011

FLASHBACK: In 2011, INEC moved elections after voting had started!

Many Nigerians have expressed disappointment that the 2019 general election was postponed by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) less than 10 hours to the commencement of the voting process.

What about this? In 2011, voting had actually started in some parts of the country when INEC announced that the election had been moved by two days!

The national assembly elections were scheduled for April 2, 2011 and had commenced smoothly in states such as Lagos, Kaduna, Kebbi, Delta, Zamfara and Enugu when Attahiru Jega, a professor and INEC chairman, announced the postponement. Reason: late deployment of electoral materials.

Four years later, Jega would move the elections again, this time by six weeks following pressure from the security chiefs who said they needed time to “diminish Boko Haram”.

TheCable has gone into the archives for the text of the address made by Jega on April 2, 2011 announcing the shift in dates. This is reproduced below.

What is worth doing is worth doing well’

Dear Compatriots, since this Commission started work in July 2010, I have repeatedly promised Nigerians that in carrying out our duties we shall always be sincere and truthful with Nigerians. I have always said that this INEC will be upfront with Nigerians, telling you exactly how things are – sharing both our successes and difficulties with you.

This is one such occasion. Indeed, it is an emergency. As you know the National Assembly (House of Representatives and Senate) elections are supposed to be taking place as I speak. You would also have noticed that things have not proceeded smoothly as expected with the elections. The reason for this is the unanticipated emergency we have experienced with late arrival of result sheets in many parts of the country. The result sheets are central to the elections and their integrity. Accordingly, in many places, our officials have not reported at the polling units, making it now difficult to implement the Modified Open Ballot Procedure that we have adopted. Not only do we have to enter the results in the sheets, the number of accredited voters is also to be entered in the result sheet. While we could have proceeded with the elections in a few States of the country, where all the materials are available, such as Lagos, Kaduna, Kebbi, Delta, Zamfara and Enugu, among others, in order to maintain the integrity of the elections and retain effective overall control of the process, the Commission has taken the difficult but necessary decision to postpone the National Assembly elections to Monday, April 4, 2011.

I appeal to all Nigerians for their understanding in this difficult situation. We as a Commission appreciate the profound sacrifice that you have all made not just in turning out today, but also throughout this election season. We are greatly encouraged by you and our appeal is that you remain steadfast in this last lap of this electoral process in the interest of all Nigerians and in the cause of democracy.

The Commission will immediately be contacting all political parties, as major stakeholders to explain the situation. I appeal for their support in explaining the situation to their members and supporters.

May I also appeal to all other stakeholders, particularly national and international observers and our development partners for continued understanding. I realize that they have committed enormous resources to this process, especially in deploying observers in the field. However, we think that what is worth doing is worth doing well.

Finally, while we deeply regret this situation and apologise to Nigerians for the hardship this may have created, I would like to reiterate that we are fully committed to conducting free, fair and credible elections for Nigerians. The decision the Commission has taken is weighty; but it is also a very important step in further ensuring the credibility of the elections.[/I]

https://www.thecable.ng/flashback-in-2011-inec-moved-elections-after-voting-had-started/amp?fbclid=IwAR003esGtqP9_eXyLH_mvJ3Mxi83Cb2U5VJM7fee97tBa2OnlQtrVB5cmTo

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Re: Reno Omokri Reacts As INEC Postpones General Elections by naijapips04: 9:49am On Feb 16
yns4real:


Stop making noise! Worst scenario happened in 2011

FLASHBACK: In 2011, INEC moved elections after voting had started!

Many Nigerians have expressed disappointment that the 2019 general election was postponed by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) less than 10 hours to the commencement of the voting process.

What about this? In 2011, voting had actually started in some parts of the country when INEC announced that the election had been moved by two days!

The national assembly elections were scheduled for April 2, 2011 and had commenced smoothly in states such as Lagos, Kaduna, Kebbi, Delta, Zamfara and Enugu when Attahiru Jega, a professor and INEC chairman, announced the postponement. Reason: late deployment of electoral materials.

Four years later, Jega would move the elections again, this time by six weeks following pressure from the security chiefs who said they needed time to “diminish Boko Haram”.

TheCable has gone into the archives for the text of the address made by Jega on April 2, 2011 announcing the shift in dates. This is reproduced below.

What is worth doing is worth doing well’

Dear Compatriots, since this Commission started work in July 2010, I have repeatedly promised Nigerians that in carrying out our duties we shall always be sincere and truthful with Nigerians. I have always said that this INEC will be upfront with Nigerians, telling you exactly how things are – sharing both our successes and difficulties with you.

This is one such occasion. Indeed, it is an emergency. As you know the National Assembly (House of Representatives and Senate) elections are supposed to be taking place as I speak. You would also have noticed that things have not proceeded smoothly as expected with the elections. The reason for this is the unanticipated emergency we have experienced with late arrival of result sheets in many parts of the country. The result sheets are central to the elections and their integrity. Accordingly, in many places, our officials have not reported at the polling units, making it now difficult to implement the Modified Open Ballot Procedure that we have adopted. Not only do we have to enter the results in the sheets, the number of accredited voters is also to be entered in the result sheet. While we could have proceeded with the elections in a few States of the country, where all the materials are available, such as Lagos, Kaduna, Kebbi, Delta, Zamfara and Enugu, among others, in order to maintain the integrity of the elections and retain effective overall control of the process, the Commission has taken the difficult but necessary decision to postpone the National Assembly elections to Monday, April 4, 2011.

I appeal to all Nigerians for their understanding in this difficult situation. We as a Commission appreciate the profound sacrifice that you have all made not just in turning out today, but also throughout this election season. We are greatly encouraged by you and our appeal is that you remain steadfast in this last lap of this electoral process in the interest of all Nigerians and in the cause of democracy.

The Commission will immediately be contacting all political parties, as major stakeholders to explain the situation. I appeal for their support in explaining the situation to their members and supporters.

May I also appeal to all other stakeholders, particularly national and international observers and our development partners for continued understanding. I realize that they have committed enormous resources to this process, especially in deploying observers in the field. However, we think that what is worth doing is worth doing well.

Finally, while we deeply regret this situation and apologise to Nigerians for the hardship this may have created, I would like to reiterate that we are fully committed to conducting free, fair and credible elections for Nigerians. The decision the Commission has taken is weighty; but it is also a very important step in further ensuring the credibility of the elections.[/I]

https://www.thecable.ng/flashback-in-2011-inec-moved-elections-after-voting-had-started/amp?fbclid=IwAR003esGtqP9_eXyLH_mvJ3Mxi83Cb2U5VJM7fee97tBa2OnlQtrVB5cmTo

shut up you this thing. It was the parliamentary that was postponed not presidential. No election in Nigeria is as important as the presidential. I doubt if you even understand what this means.

So the reason we voted buhari is so that he can redo all the wrongs in the past?

Grow some sense.

https://www.aljazeera.com/news/africa/2011/04/201143174718212830.html

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Re: Reno Omokri Reacts As INEC Postpones General Elections by Bighead9: 9:50am On Feb 16
naijapips04:


stop disgracing your tribe. Up to 1 month notice was given before 2015 elections and they were for genuine security reasons.

How can you wake up on the morning of a presidential election and postpone it? which other country does this happen except this shithole ?

This election was postponed by INEC but, the 2015's election was postponed by Goodluck Jonathan himself. He did that through the NSA, Dasuki. You didn't criticize him then, but you choose to criticize INEC now. You are nothing but a hypocrite.

If the postponement pain you well, you can quit voting on the rescheduled day. grin Besides, your Dilector has ordered all Yeebos to sit at home on the election day. Please, no not disobey mazi Nnamdi Kanu. grin grin

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Re: Reno Omokri Reacts As INEC Postpones General Elections by naijapips04: 9:52am On Feb 16
Bighead9:


This election was postponed by INEC but, the 2015's election was postponed by Goodluck Jonathan himself. He did that through the NSA, Dasuki. You didn't criticize him then, but you choose to criticize INEC now. You are nothing but a hypocrite.

If the postponement pain you well, you can quit voting on the rescheduled day. grin Besides, your Dilector has ordered all Yeebos to sit at home on the election day. Please, no not disobey mazi Nnamdi Kanu. grin grin

I now see how sensible you are. I'd be a total fool to play in the mud with a pig.

have a good day, young boy.

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Re: Reno Omokri Reacts As INEC Postpones General Elections by Bighead9: 9:53am On Feb 16
Gandollaar:
Oga, five hours to the election? Haba nah!! Buhari's ars.e must taste so good in your mouth.

E pain this man well Sha. grin grin grin

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