“If S3x Parties Should Lead To Demolishing, Then Gov El-Rufai’s Son’s House Should Be The First To Be Demolished”- Reno Omokri Blows Hot

January 5, 2021
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Reno Omokri, Nasir ElRufai

Former Presidential aide, Reno Omokri has lambasted the Kaduna State government following the recent demolition of a restaurant over plans of some Nigerians to hold a s3x party in it.

The state police command last week arrested the organizers of the sex party while the state government demolished the building housing the restaurant.

Reno while reacting to the demolition, said the state government ought to also demolish the home of the son of the state governor.

He Wrote;

”If sex parties should lead to demolishing, then Nasir @nelrufai’s son’s house should be the first to be demolished. We all saw when the young man threatened to gang rape an Igbo man’s mother, and even worse, to pass her around to his friends.

That is even worse than a sex party. That is a rape party. Hypocrisy! Demolishing the alleged ‘sex party’ hotel just shows total absence of the rule of law in Kaduna. Not that I support sex party (God forbid), but even if it is true (it is not true), is sex party illegal in Nigeria? The same country where a serving Senator married a 13 year old and another slapped a woman while purchasing sex toys?”

Reno

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