Reno Omokri Accuses Buhari of Stealing Next Level Campaign From The Rex Institute
Former presidential spokesperson Reno Omokri has accused the Buhari Campaign Organisation of stealing its Next Level campaign concept from The Rex Institute.
The number one bestselling author and former aide to ex-President Goodluck Jonathan, Pastor Reno Omokri has said that the All Progressives Congress, APC, party presidential candidate in the coming 2019 election, President Muhammadu Buhari “stole” his campaign blueprint which he called : #NextLevel” from an Associate Professor called Kelly Costner.
Omokri shared a photo of the campaigns, both of them spotting similar logos, but while the President Muhammadu Buhari campaign logo is in green and red, the Rex Institute logo is in black and red.
Pastor Omokri who, in series of tweets made this comment also accused Buhari of spending ₦83 million in promoting his alleged stolen #NextLevel agenda on the front pages of all Nigeria’s major newspapers.
According to Omokri, President Buhari “stole”the concept from the professor but had the nerves to call Nigerians youths lazy.
The tweets go thus:
Not only do they plagiarise speeches (‘I belong to everybody, I belong to nobody’), @MBuhari and @OfficialAPCNg are so intellectually lazy & empty that they plagiarised #NextLevel from The Rex Institute. Can such people take you to any level? Follow @Atiku. The man with the plan! pic.twitter.com/pTOnraV1ui
— Reno Omokri (@renoomokri) November 19, 2018
The Rex Institute page, copyrighted in 2014, features learning opportunities for English Language educators.
The Rex Insititute’s Next Level was a project of the Winthrop University-School Partnership Network in collaboration with Fort Mill School District, Lancaster County School District, and Rock Hill School District, and was funded by the US Department of Education.
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