- Author and controversial social media user, Reno Omokri called out Charly Boy on one of his recent posts
- Reno took to his Facebook page to express his disagreement on a message earlier posted by Charly Boy who called pastors conmen
- According to him, he believes Charly Boy is not facing the main issue and blindly attacking pastors
Earlier on, NAIJ.com did a report on a message Charly Boy posted on his social media account attacking politicians and pastors for owing private jets and yet the country as a whole lacked a national air carrier.
Although he may have been speaking the minds of many people, not everyone seems to agree with him. Author and popular social media user, Reno Omokri had a few things to say about Charly Boy's message.
He took to social media to accuse him of blindly attacking pastors and according to Reno, Charly Boy was completely wrong for calling pastors conmen.
He took to his Facebook page to write: "I don’t understand Charles Oputa’s (Charly Boy) complaint about Nigeria not having a National airline yet pastors have private jets. He even called pastors ‘conmen’ because of that. Not all pastors are conmen. Are pastors responsible for Nigeria not having a national airline? What is the connection here? Is this senility? Are Nigerian pastors the politicians that ruined Nigerian Airways? Come on man. Activism is good, but this blind lashing out at pastors is very opportunistic! It is like saying Charly Boy is a conman because he has a car yet his state has no mass transit bus system! Charly Boy, you are from Imo state. Face the real conman that is busy using your state’s resources to build statues for foreign leaders with no connection to Imo. And while you are at it, face your ‘Happiness Commissioner’."
Here are some of the reactions from his post.
For a country as rich as Nigeria, the need for a national air carrier is no doubt important to the economy. Do you think his counter argument is pertinent to the Charly Boy's message?
Share your thoughts with NAIJ.com in the comment section.
PAY ATTENTION: Read best news on Nigeria's #1 news app
Is it really difficult to get a job in Nigeria? On NAIJ.com TV: