Reno Omokri, a former presidential aide and author has dragged a Twitter user who sent his account details to beg for money as he gave #EndSARSpalliatives online.
The Twitter user, @pere_okiti, tweeted at Omokri on Sunday seeking financial help after the activist uploaded receipts of people he credited their account for #RenoEndSARSPallitive to cushion the effect of the protest.
On citing the screenshot, @pere_okiti tweeted at Omokri, saying,
“Oga Reno, things no easy for this side oo. You fit reason me. Okiti Benard/314…69/First Bank.”
“For the ones you’ve done, thank you,” he added.
But instead of an alert, he was blasted by Omokri who said he was ‘generous and not frivolous’.
“Dear @pere_okiti, I have been on Twitter for 10 years. Have you ever seen me give money to someone like you? NEVER! I detest dirty begging. You are not disabled. Stop begging. I am generous, not frivolous. If you were my child, I would take you to a room and flog you!”
I have been on Twitter for 10 years. Have you ever seen me give money to someone like you? NEVER! I detest dirty begging. You are not disabled. Stop begging. I am generous, not frivolous. If you were my child, I would take you to a room and flog you!#EndSARS pic.twitter.com/BIOOyv94C9
— Reno Omokri (@renoomokri) October 25, 2020
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