Reno Omokri Slams Tacha After She Refused To Take Part In EndSARS protest

Former presidential aide, Reno Omokri has taken a slide at Big Brother Naija season 4 Pepper Dem reality TV star, Tacha for rebuking a fan after she was asked why she didn’t go for EndSARS protest.

Recall that on Tuesday, October 6, a man identified on social media as Sayo_law took to Twitter platform to express his disappointment in the reality star after she wasn’t seen during the EndSARS protest.

Sayo_law wrote; “So Tacha didn’t lead a protest today, disappointing.”

However, Tacha took to the young man’s reply and labelled him a lazy Nigerian youth adding that he should stay home and be waiting for her.

Tacha responded; “Lazy Nigerian youth! Stay home and be waiting for me!!”

Meanwhile, Mr Omokri decided to share his view on the matter which already made rounds on instagram platform.

And according to Reno, Tacha should remember that those same lazy Nigerian youth went out of their way to promote her during her time in the Big Brother Naija House.

He added that even though no one should force anyone to lead a protest, it should be bore in mind that humility paves way for a sustainable human growth.

Reno wrote; “That may well be true. But remember that these same ‘lazy’ Nigerian youths went out of their way to promote you from obscurity to prosperity. A little gratitude won’t be out of place.

“I agree that celebrities should not be maligned or blackmailed into championing things they don’t have a passion for. No one should force you to lead a protest. However, those whose palm kernels were cracked by a benevolent spirit should not forget to be humble.”

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