Natasha H Akpoti Points Out Discrepancy
OpenLife Nigeria reports that Natasha H Akpoti, the Social Democratic Party, SDP gubernatorial candidate in the Kogi 2019 Elections has pointed out discrepancies in Omokri Reno’s passport stamps.
Natasha Akpoti has made some allegations against Reno Omokri.
The fair-complexioned politician claimed Reno made advances at her in 2014, when he was an SA to the President, despite being married.
She also alleged that Reno had “numerous girlfriends” when he was an aide to former Nigerian President, Goodluck Jonathan, and he used his position to connect those girlfriends so that they could benefit from the “Sure P” initiative.
Her comment comes after Reno shamed a lady who jokingly asked him to be her sugar daddy.
Reno told the lady that he has a wife and leaving his wife for her will be like leaving iPhone 13 for iPhone 3.
This caused the woman to trend on Facebook yesterday, October 12.
In response, Omokri shared his international passport evidence that he wasn’t in Nigeria at the time Natasha claims he made a pass at her.
Reno Omokri stated he wasn’t in Nigeria neither was he at the event she claimed he was toasting her.
The dates on the passport give the lady Natasha out because it clearly shows that Reno Omokri was nowhere in Nigeria April 2014 and he returned to Nigeria somewhere May hence there was no way he could be at the event.
He then insinuated that Natasha is an old Nokia 3310 and asked why he’ll be interested in her when he has an iPhone 13 at home.
He, however, didn’t deny Natasha’s allegation that he had numerous girlfriends he helped benefit from Sure P. But on Thursday afternoon, Natasha pointed out the discrepancy in Reno’s passport stamps.
Dear Reno Omokri,
I couldn’t help but laugh hard at your post which reeks of selective dementia, deceit and misogynistic prejudice.
You published your passport page with “selected” immigration stamps as “receipt” to alibi your absence at the State Banquet organized in honor of President Uhuru Kenyatta where I affirm that you Reno, made flirtatious advances which I turned down.
Let’s analyze your “receipts” as evidence.
Immigration officers can chip in expertise.
Facts to Note:
1. Nigerian immigration stamps Seen on Departure (SOD) when you leave the country.
2. Nigeria immigration stamps Seen on Arrival (SOA) when you return to the country.
3. The green stamp has an arrow or plane either pointing into the stamp or outward to depict outbound or inbound passage.
Now, a critical look at your stamps and basing them on your acclaimed narration of “having traveled to the USA on the 28th of April 2014 and RETURNED to Nigeria on the 23rd June 2014; shows great inconsistency.
Reno, the Nigerian Immigration stamp of the 23rd June 2014 has SOD and stamped you OUT of Nigeria; not into as you claim.
Whereas, the green stamp to the top right reading 23rd July 2014 has SOA and stamped you into Nigeria.
What does this mean:
That you Reno were in Nigeria during Kenyatta’s visit, attended the Banquet and traveled on the 23rd of June which is a month and two weeks AFTER the event; and returned to the country on 23rd July 2014.
However, that doesn’t mean you couldn’t have entered the USA on the 28th April 2014; but it could have a short day or two trip and returned to Nigeria before the 4th May in time to attend the Banquet.
As at this point dear Reno, you are yet to prove your date of return from your 28 April 2014 USA travel. This probably because Nigerians will figure your lie and know that you were in Nigeria at the questioned moment.
You see, time doesn’t move backwards, hence, you couldn’t have been stamped leaving Nigeria on the 23rd June 2014 and arriving the USA 28th April 2014. Impossible.
This proves my dear Reno that you lied in your publications about your absence; just like how you lied about not making a pass at me at the State Banquet.
For all it’s worth, Nigerians aren’t as gullible as you think. You have over the years been an expert in the fabrication of lies and manipulation of truth which honestly stands tall in depicting the despicable nature of your character.
I rest my case and l leave the good public to decipher the irregularities contained within your stamps.