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#AudioVp Trends as Reno Omokiri Instigates to slander Osinbajo Online

By OMA | 07-11-2019 | Politics |  

Social Media regulation bill would be given stronger backing

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As long as the youths would not take positives and advantages of the Internet and social media, it would be a bone for serious contention for the Nigerian government to regulate the Social media.

Recall that there is currently a social media regulatory bill before the Nigerian senate to have people penalised for spreading of falsehood online and also any form of Hate Speech.

Ok. #AudioVp is trending on twitter and this is the genesis.

Reno Omokiri the one time Senior Assistant to Former President Goodluck Jonathan has constituted himself into a #BuhariTormentor. A post he bestowed on himself.

Reno Omokiri had promised to give #10,000 to social media users that retweeted his tweet in what he termed the #RenoMoni apparently mimicking the #TraderMoni Federal government Social investment scheme domiciled in the office of the Vice president of Nigeria, Professor Yemi Osinbajo.

There had been media specualtions making the rounds lately that 35 aides from the office of the Vice President had been dropped further fueling suspicion of relationship between President Muhammadu Buhari and that of Vice President Yemi Osinbajo.

There are speculations that the Cabal is seriously dealing with Professor Yemi Osinbajo and that would prompt Reno to Spring up this suprise challenge.

In the Challenge tagged #RenoMoni.

Reno Omokiri had promised to give #10, 000 to First person to retweet his tweet asking people to make statements with #AudioVp and asking the Question,

"Who is the #AudioVp? Which former president did the Audio Vp lie against that he didnt build one single road?"

First correct answer wins #10,000

Recall one of the PSquare brother had released a song titled #AudioMoney not too long ago in the entertainment industry.

Most Nigerians have jumped on this bandwagon which would only add volume to why the Social Media Regulatory bill has to be looked into.

Youths are advised to use social media productively and shun Abuse of the Internet.