Omokri Urges Buhari To Deal With Illegal Migration

Omokri Urges Buhari To Deal With Illegal Migration

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Added by November 23, 2017

Former presidential media aide Reno Omokri has called on the President Muhammadu Buhari administration to curtail illegal migration of Nigerians to Europe.

Twenty-six Nigerian girls recently died in the Mediterranean sea while trying to cross into Italy from Libya.

The Italian government last week conducted a mass burial for the girls.

But the Nigerian Government on Tuesday slammed its Italian counterpart for the burial of the 26 Nigerian nationals found dead in the Mediterranean Sea.

And in a post on his Facebook page on Wednesday, Omokri called on the present administration to get its priorities right.

”According to the United Nations estimates, 602,000 Nigerians attempted to cross into Europe last year alone, with 27,000 of them dying in the desert or sea,” he wrote.

”Rather than address that, the Buhari government is angry that Italy was ‘hasty’ in burying the 26 Nigerian women who died in the Mediterranean!

”Talk of chasing rats while your house is on fire!”

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