OYOGist.com has learned that the former spokesman to former president Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, Reno Omokri has this afternoon taken to his verified Twitter account @renoomokri to express his opinion about the fire that was reported to have engulfed the accountant general’s office earlier today, stating that there was more to it than meets the eye.
Recall that news reaching Nigerians earlier today was that the Accountant General’s office which was located at Federal Capital Territory, Abuja was on fire. The fire was said to have started at about 10 am and though the cause of the fire was still unknown, efforts were being put in place to put it off.
And so, Reno Omokri has queried why the fire did not start when the city was busy with possible people who could have caused the fire, but began after the issuance of a lock down which saw to the obedience of the stay at home order. He also questioned why the fire began just a day after the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) through a statement signed by their secretary, Mr. Kola Ologbondoyan, sought for an audition of the Buhari’s subsidy regime having believed same to be a fraud:
There is a #CoronaVirus lockdown in Abuja and the Accountant General’s office burnt down? This is an office that didn’t burn when it was a beehive of activities, only to burn when it became a ghost town? What are the odds? An accident? Very fishy!
The fire in the Accountant General’s office started a day after @OfficialPDPNig called for an audit into the so called subsidy regime that General @MBuhari’s government claims to have spent over ₦2 trillion on? How convenient! Who is fooling who?