RENO Omokri, an ex-presidential aide has said if the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, must arrest those with questionable source of income, President Muhammadu Buhari’s son must first be arrested.
Omokri stated this while reacting to the recent clamp down on internet fraudsters popularly known as Yahoo Boys.
The EFCC which recently began moves to subdue those living large with no known source of income has so far launched it operation in Lagos and Abuja.
While those in Lagos were picked up from night clubs, their Abuja counterpart, according to the EFCC, were arrested in one of their hideouts.
Yusuf Buhari is President Buhari’s son which the ex-presidential aide is urging the anti-graft agency to arrest on account that he has no known source of income.
“If the EFCC wants to arrest young men living large without an identifiable source of income, then they should start Yusuf Buhari,” Omokri said on Monday.
“Yusuf does not have a job. He has not done NYSC. His father had to borrow to buy nomination forms.
“Where did he get the millions for BMW power bike?” he queried via his twitter handle.
If the EFCC wants to arrest young men living large without an identifiable source of income, then they should start Yusuf Buhari. Yusuf does not have a job. He has not done NYSC. His father had to borrow to buy nomination forms. Where did he get the millions for BMW power bike?
— Reno Omokri (@renoomokri) May 14, 2018
The president’s son was involved in a motorbike accident in Abuja on December 26, 2017 breaking his limb and sustaining an injury on his head in the crash which happened in Gwarimpa, Abuja.
After the crash, he underwent surgery at a hospital in the nation’s capital and remained there until January 12 before being discharged and flown abroad for further medical attention.
He was reported by a national daily to have bought two power bikes at a whopping sum of $157,000 from Germany. Yusuf was said to have secretly acquired them without the knowledge of his father.
He has three operatives of the Department of State Service (DSS) attached to him as security details and reportedly struck a deal with the operatives to always allow him sneak out in the night for racing. It was in one of the process that he had the accident.