News

Why ex- president Goodluck Jonathan’s mother cried when she saw her son’s coffin during a protest

Former presidential aide, Reno Omokri has revealed why former president Goodluck Jonathan’s mother cried when she saw protesters carrying a mock coffin of her son.

This was during the Occupy Nigeria protest of 2011 which saw Nigerians storm the streets against the removal of fuel subsidy.

According to Reno Omokri, the coffin with Goodluck Jonathan’s name inscribed on it was a horrible sight to his mother who had 10 children but only 2 survived infancy.

He tweeted:

“@GEJonathan’s mother had 10 children. Only GEJ and his sister survived infancy. This left her TRAUMATISED. She cried for days after seeing a coffin of her son being carried by #OccupyNaija protesters. Yet GEJ NEVER stopped the protests That‘s TOLERANCE”

Twitter users reacted:

“I feel like crying at this…it seems like I am being pour cold water. This is actually a curse they brought on themselves not me and my family and generation”.

Another wrote:

“Nigerian need to march to bayelsa to beg @GEJonathan , if he no forgive or pray for Nigeria I don’t see any breakthrough from this oppressor … his Tolerance is a coursed on this nation”.

Click to comment
To Top