RENO OMOKRI: Peter Obi Displayed Ignorance In His Criticism Of Nigeria’s Delegation To #COP28 [VIDEO]—-Reno Omokri, a chieftain of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) and former aide to ex-president Goodluck Jonathan has criticised Labour Party Presidential candidate, Peter Obi, for displaying ignorance And Called To Question His Ability To Govern Nigeria.
He made this known in a video share via his instagram platform.
This is coming after Peter Obi attacked President Bola Tinubu for sponsoring 1,411 delegates to the COP28 Climate Change are idle hands, hangers-on who understand nothing about climate change.
The Minister of Information and National Orientation, Alhaji Mohammed Idris, said the Federal Government sponsored 422 delegates to the ongoing COP28 in Dubai, not 1,411.
Doing the jobs of the presidential spokesmen and Minister of Information, Omokri give thorough information with full video analysis on what it takes to register at COP28, either as private, Non-Governmental Organisation and Federal Government Representatives, Professional bodies, e.t.c
Nigeria’s representation is very much in line with our status as Africa’s leading Sovereign voice and player in climate action.
As the biggest economy and most populous country in Africa, with a substantial extractive economy and extensive vulnerability to climate change, Nigeria had a significant stake in climate action.
Enlightening Peter Obi, Reno claimed it will be difficult for Labour party presidential Candidate to understand and govern Nigeria complex country like Nigeria.
He further ask him how he can govern Nigeria since he doesnt understand difference between delegate, how government works and how international organisations works
Watch the video below
In another twist, The Minister of Information and National Orientation, Alhaji Mohammed Idris, said the Federal Government sponsored 422 delegates to the ongoing COP28 in Dubai, not 1,411 as earlier stated by Peter Obi
COP28, the Convention of Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, is the world’s pre-eminent Climate Change Conference.
This year conference is being attended by over 70,000 participants and delegates from over 100 countries.