Reno Omokri Replies Lady Who Called Him Out for Wooing Her, Shares Receipts To Prove She’s Lying

Reno Omokri Replies Lady Who Called Him Out for Wooing Her, Shares Receipts To Prove She’s Lying

Former presidential aide Reno Omokri has replied to the lady identified as Natasha who called him out over $3xual advances back in 2014 sharing receipts to prove she’s lying.

The lady made it appear as if Reno Omokri doesn’t practice what he preaches online and he has replied to her with screenshots to prove she’s lying as at the time she mentioned he made those advances towards him, he wasn’t in the country.

Reno Omokri addressing the allegations of Natasha that he wanted to date her shared screenshots of his passport back in 2014 which proves he wasn’t in Nigeria neither was he at the event she claimed he was toasting her.

He wrote: Dear Natasha H Akpoti,

Thank you for your comment. I did not know who you were until my assistant Googled you and briefed me. You claimed I made a pass at you during an Aso Rock reception for President Uhuru Kenyatta of Kenya in 2014.

The ONLY time a State Banquet was held for President Uhuru Kenyatta during then President Jonathan’s tenure was when he visited Nigeria between May 4 to May 7 2014, to reciprocate a visit that President Jonathan made to him in Kenya between September 5-6, 2013.

You claimed I made a pass at you at that Aso Rock reception and I also asked for your number, of which you gave me a fake name and number. Interesting!

Please find attached my passport. As a Presidential spokesman, I had a special passport. Do note the US immigration stamp on my passport showing that I entered the United States of America on April 28, 2014.

Also, you may want to note the other immigration stamp from Murtala Mohammed Airport showing I did not return to Nigeria until June 23, 2014.

I also have multiple iPhone photos that I took at my children’s school between May 2-4, 2014. As you may know, Apple iPhone timestamps photos with a dated metadata.

In addition, I have a written memo from former President Jonathan granting me permission to travel to the United States for my annual leave for that period (as a Presidential spokesman, you can’t leave Abuja without the President’s approval).

I am thus at a loss about your accusations. Perhaps you met a demon at Aso Rock that took up my form, because I was not in Nigeria on the day you said you met me.

Finally, please do note that I am a meticulous record keeper. And like I said, I have an iPhone 13 at home. Why would I ever be even remotely interested in an old Nokia 3310?

Thank you and may God bless you.


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