Recently, Nasir El-Rufai, a man I know quite well as one of the most destructive and vindictive liars in existence, came out publicly to caution people against lying.
When I read his words, I was appalled! Here was a man who had told the most harrowing lies.
El-Rufai has not just told lies, but his lies have probably led to the deaths of people. Lies which set Nigeria back years. And this man now presents himself as a champion of truth. Really? Are Nigerians that gullible? I am afraid we are.
El-Rufai’s grandstanding was so brazen that it reminded me of Scripture which says in 2 Corinthians 11:14 as follows:
“And no marvel; for Satan himself is transformed into an angel of light.”
At a book launch on September 11, 2019, Mr. El-Rufai, who is currently the Governor of Kaduna State said:
“If you want to tweet anything about Kaduna be very careful because I am watching and …we have a very very strong law to get you.”
I have never seen anything so hypocritical.
A liar of the highest order presenting himself as a champion for truth? No way. My conscience could not take it. If all Nigerians were cowards and fearful of him, I, Reno Omokri, will not be one of them.
I will now present a list of Nasir El-Rufai’s lies and show how he is most guilty of the law that he introduced in Kaduna, allegedly to stop liars. I encourage him to charge me to court and I will expose this Father of Liars in court.
On September 8, 2014, Nasir El-Rufai falsely accused former President Jonathan and then President of the Christian Association of Nigeria, Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor of founding and funding Boko Haram to the tune of N50 billion.
On that day he tweeted as follows:
“Those interested in understanding the metamorphosis and variants of Boko Haram will find this compilation helpful.”
El-Rufai then attached a phony document alleging that “Christians with the aim of using it to tarnish the name of Islam” were actually behind Boko Haram. He thereafter claimed that former President Jonathan had funded this conspiracy against Islam.
The false information he tweeted above had prior to that been repeated by El-Rufai at an event at Portcullis House in Parliament, England.
I paid a young man to attend that event and record what Nasir El-Rufai said, just in case his demonic lying tendencies get the better of him and he denies this.
Because of this propaganda, there was an upsurge in attacks against Christians in Northern Nigeria and dissension arose among the rank and file of the military as Northern Muslim officers and men began to be suspicious of their Southern Christian officers and men.