Natasha Akpoti, 2019 Governorship Candidate Exposed


Reno Omokri finally Exposed

, the Social Democratic Party’s governorship candidate in Kogi State for 2019, has taken down a Facebook post in which she accused Reno Omokri, an ex-presidential aide, of making “flirtatious advances” at her at a state banquet in 2014.


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This came just hours after Omokri provided more screenshots of immigration stamps on his international passport, proving that he was not in the country when Akpoti claimed he made passes at her. CLICK HERE to read more.

After Omokri rebuked a female Facebook user, Ahuoyiza Blizzcute, for asking him to be her “sugar daddy,” Akpoti, a lawyer and founder of Builders Hub Impact Investment Program (BHIIP), made the accusation against him.

“Have you seen my wife?” the ex-presidential aide responded. How will I be able to leave iPhone 13 and go back to iPhone 3 without being accused of sugar daddyism? That’s some sour cola, daddy.”

Omokri’s comparison of Ahuoyiza to a “iPhone 3” appeared to enrage Akpoti, who responded by slamming him on social media.

Ejes Gist News has confirmed that Akpoti has taken down the post.

In a subsequent Facebook post on Thursday, Omokri offered $50,000 to anyone who could provide photographic evidence of him at the event where he allegedly made advances toward Akpoti.

“Many photos were taken at Uhuru Kenyatta’s State Banquet on May 6, 2014, both by the State House photographer and by every media house in Nigeria,” he wrote. I hereby offer a $50,000 prize to anyone on Earth who can provide a photograph of me at that event, and I promise to pay.


“Even if the photo you have is a mobile phone photo, this money will be paid out.” Any kind of photograph will suffice.

“I used to be a Presidential spokesman, and chairs in the front were ALWAYS reserved for us with our names on them.” Should the President need to summon us at any time, our table is usually one table away from him.


“There are also videos of the event.” Video coverage from Channels, AIT, SilverbirdTV, and other stations is still available on their YouTube pages. There would also have been one or two well-known journalists present. They should have physically sighted me with their eyes. Can they come out and swear that they saw me at the event in a sworn affidavit?

“I have provided incontrovertible evidence that I was not in Nigeria between May 4 and 7, 2014, during President Uhuru Kenyatta’s visit.” Meanwhile, the person who made the accusation has provided no evidence. Isn’t it he or she who claims that he or she must also prove?

“Because the allegation was made by Natasha H Akpoti, who is from Kogi State in the North, I will deposit the money with the Chairman of the Christian Association of Nigeria in the 19 Northern States.”

“A clear conscience is unafraid of being accused. The truth has the strength of a lion. You are under no obligation to defend the truth. It will defend itself if you simply unleash it. I’ve set it free with $50,000, and now I’m waiting.”



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