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“Charity Begins At Home” – Omokri Blasts Tinubu For Donating N50m To Katsina Fire Victims

Omokri has Tinubu for making a donation of N50m to people were affected by the Katsina Central Market fire

Reno Omokri, a former aide to ex-President Goodluck Jonathan, has berated the National Leader of the All Progressive Congress (APC), Bola Tinubu, for donating money to victims of the Katsina Central Market fire disaster.

"Charity Begins At Home" – Omokri Blasts Tinubu For Donating N50m To Katsina Fire Victims 1

KanyiDaily recalls that on Wednesday, Tinubu visited the victims of the inferno at Katsina Central Market and he donated N50 million to the affected traders.

Reacting to the donation on his Twitter page, Omokri lambasted the APC leader, saying, “Obviously, Tinubu’s charity does not begin at home.”

According to him, Tinubu turned a blind eye to victims of the Sasa market crisis in Oyo State and that of Ijesha market in Lagos State.

“Bola @AsiwajuTinubu, who didn’t visit or donate one kobo to victims of the Sasa market crisis, or victims of the Ijesha market fire in Lagos, has today donated ₦50 million to victims of the Katsina market fire. Obviously, Tinubu’s charity does not begin at home,” he said.

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KanyiDaily had reported how an early morning fire gutted the Katsina Central market on Monday, where over a 100 shops were razed with goods worth millions of naira destroyed.

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