Video: AFCON: Buhari’s vibrations behind Super Eagles’s crash – Reno

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Video: AFCON: Buhari’s vibrations behind Super Eagles’s crash – Reno

Reno Omokri, the Spokesperson for former President Goodluck Jonathan has called out President Muhammadu Buhari’s spirit as the cause of the fallout of national team at the ongoing AFCON.

Reno stated that he has sounded a warning in the ears of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) not to allow the President to speak with the team.

“I have told NFF not to allow General Muhammadu Buhari speak to the Super Eagles.

“This is not politics. A lot of people thought it was politics, but no, it’s not politics.

“When I heard that he has spoken with them, I was upset, I was quite sad.

“Look, you have to understand, people have energies. Whether we like it or not, it’s a fact of life. People have energies, if you call it vibrations, or spirit, people have energies.

“If you read the book of Job 32:8, it says “there’s a spirit in a man”. All of us have spirit.

“We have vibrations; some of them are good energies, some, bad energies.

“Let’s face it; General Muhammadu Buhari, the man has a bad energies.

Everything he touches have a reverse of midas touch. Everything he touches turn to dust.

“Look at what happened with Anthony Joshua, and he goes back, and I said the same thing with Anthony Joshua, avoid this man. He didn’t. He consulted this man, look at what happened, he lost to Uzik.

“The same thing; look at the previous AFCON, as our guys were eliminated.

“Look, there are things beyond the natural. This man, there are things some people and I know, and not everything we can say.

This man, the places he’s gone to, the Marabas he’s being with. That’s why we say do not talk to this boys. Let them focus. He’s a distraction.

“This is a question I want to ask Buhari’s supporters, who has Buhari called and he has won or turned to a positive effect on them? Who?

“This is not luck as I don’t believe in luck. These are deep spiritual forces in action. And very  very sad because this could have been avoided.

“Anyway, it’s happened, and I pray that NFF and other sports lovers, not football but anything, please divorce this man from our sporting activities”, Reno Omokri advised.