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I Am Not Using Leah Sharibu’s Name To Make Money, Reno Omokri Tells Accusers

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…. Reno accusers are naysayers on the path of self-destruction – Apostle Suleiman.

Award winning author and self-acclaimed Buhari’s tormentor, Reno Omokri, has told accusers that he is not in any way enriching himself through his #FreeeLeahSharibu campaign.

Twitter has been inundated with accusations that the civil activist has been using Leah Sharibu’s name to make money from individuals and groups.

Leah Sharibu is the lone christian girl from Dapchi, Yobe State who is being held by Boko Haram terrorists for failing to renounce her christian faith.

Omokri is one of those in the forefront of efforts to free Leah Sharibu through different campaigns, including writing a book, titled: “Leah Sharibu: The Girl Boko Haram Left Behind.”

However, some critics have accused Omokri of enriching himself by using the unfortunate incident of what happened to Leah Sharibu and her family in an unfair manner.

These accusations have forced Omokri to defend himself by making public what he has been doing to the family of Leah Sharibu.

More specifically, Omokri said that he had been donating proceeds from the sale of his customized #FreeeLeahSharibu T-shirts and the book written about Leah to Leah’s family.

Omokri said Leah’s parents had written about the accusations, quoting them as saying that “whosoever is blackmailing you is an agent of Satan doing his master business.”

Omokri said he made NGN1milion from the sale of his book about Leah and that the money spent just 5 minutes in his account before being wired to Leah Sharibu’s family.

Besides, according to Omokri, payments for his #FreeeLeahSharibu T-shirts were paid directly to the parent’s account challenging anyone with evidence against him to be bold to bring such evidence out.

He also said payments made were independently verified by the CAN Chairman of Kaduna State Rev. Hayab.

Below are two of his responses to his accusers:

Apostle Suleiman’s Admonition

Meanwhile, popular Nigerian pastor, Apostle Suleiman, has admonished Omokri to ignore those whom he referred to as ‘naysayers’, whose opinions do not even matter in their own family meetings.

He made the remarks on his verified Twitter handle in reply to those accusing Reno Omokri.

The Apostle said such people were on a mission of self destruction and were best ignored.

See Apostle Suleiman’s Twitter post below :

Reno therefore has this to say about the whole saga: