Controversial statements and historical perspectives often stir intense debates and emotions. Recently, Nigerian author and former presidential spokesperson, Reno Omokri, made a startling comment regarding the Nigerian Civil War.
In a thought-provoking statement, he suggested that if he had been in the position of General Yakubu Gowon during the war, he would have chosen to starve the Igbos. This remark has sparked widespread discussions and reactions from various individuals and communities.
In this context, it is essential to explore the context of Omokri’s statement and the broader implications it may have on historical understanding and contemporary discourse in Nigeria.
Reno Omokri replied to an Igbo Man that responded to Reno’s post by calling him a Wicked man;