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“When It Rains, Africans Think Of S*x, Instead Of Farming” — Reno Omokri Reacts To Carpenter Who Wants To Have 40 Children

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Reno Omokri, a former presidential spokesperson, has reacted to a report of a carpenter in Bauchi state, who wants to have 40 children.

In an interview with Leadership Newspaper, the 36-year-old carpenter, disclosed that he is happy and proud to be a father of 13 children after all his four wives gave birth in a space of 3 weeks. With the new children added to his other children, he is now fathering a total of 13 children, which includes 3girls and 10 boys.

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Reno Omokri, in his response, affirmed that the carpenter’s case is a symptom of why Africa is poor citing the population of Nigeria and UK in 1960, where the Nigeria’s population was less than UK, but more than three times the size of UK presently.

In conclusion, he said that Africans think of s*x whenever it rains, instead of agriculture.

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He tweeted;

The Bauchi carpenter who wants to have 40 kids is a symptom of why Africa is poor. In 1960, Nigeria’s population was 45 million. UK’s was 52 million. In 2021, Nigeria’s population is 200 million. UK’s is 67 million. Once it rains, Africans think of women, instead of agriculture!

Source: www.seniorngr.com

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#BlackFriday As Fire Engulfs Onitsha Plastic Market. Destroys Properties Worth Millions Of Naira (Photos)

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It’s currently a Black Friday for the people of Onitsha and most especially the traders of Onitsha Plastic Market as fire engulfs more that 40% of the market.

According to BBC News Igbo, they reported that the fire outbreak was said to have started early today morning around 1:50am Nigerian time and it is believed that properties worth millions of Naira was also destroyed.

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The cause of the fire is not yet known and the State Police Command has informed the general public that investigations into the matter is currently ongoing.

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