SHAME !!!: “Sacked DSS Boss Wept Like A Little Girl After He Was Arrested” – Reno Omokri Says

Reno Omokri, ex-President Goodluck

Jonathan’s aide has said that the ex DSS boss, Lawal Daura wept like a baby when he was arrested after his sack.

He also mentioned that it is a lie to say that the Director-General

of the Department of State Services, Lawal Daura, who was sacked yesterday by the Acting President, Yemi Osinbajo was working for the Senate President Dr Bukola Saraki.

Below is how he made his claims on Twitter:

When Daura was arrested outside @ProfOsinbajo’s office, he wept like a baby. This is the same man who has been terrorising Nigerians. Given a taste of his medicine, he could not handle it. Buratai, remember the Shiites you killed? Your turn is coming! #FrustrateBuhariDictatorship

Their latest lie is that Daura, the disgraced DSS DG

who wept like a little girl when he was arrested, was working for @BukolaSaraki. Believe this and you will believe anything! Daura was the face of the cabal. He is from the same village as @MBuhari #FrustrateBuhariDictatorship

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To Buharists who have committed atrocities and think they have gotten away with it, let the fate that visited Lawal Daura remind you that no matter how long it takes, you will get your comeuppance. Buratai, the blood of Shiites is calling your name! #FrustrateBuhariDictatorship


source: nai

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2 thoughts on “SHAME !!!: “Sacked DSS Boss Wept Like A Little Girl After He Was Arrested” – Reno Omokri Says

  1. Reno, Dont worry, very soon you too will soon have your date with the law. were you there when Lawal Daura was arrested?, please we Nigerian’s should not always introduce sentiments into our sense of judgement.
    Nigeria as a Nation is greater than us all please.

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