Reno Omokri, previous assistant to ex-President Goodluck Jonathan, has censured Nnamdi Kanu, pioneer of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, for portraying Nigerian ministers as abhorrent.
Kanu had portrayed ministers as devilish for neglecting to revolt against disparity.
The IPOB pioneer had approached ministers to de-underline the assortment of offerings and contributions.
Responding, Omokri demanded that Kanu’s comment was defective.
In a post on his Facebook, the previous presidential helper said he pastored a congregation for a considerable length of time during which he helped individuals.
He wrote: “Dear Nnamdi Kanu,
“I pastored a church in Nigeria for 4 years. I never collected salary. I assisted members and tithes and offering was not mandatory. My focus was evangelism and character development.
“Your statement that every pastor in Nigeria is evil is faulty. It is even sadder still, became myself and other pastors clamoured for your release when you were in prison. I may not be perfect, but I am not evil and there are hundreds of pastors in Nigeria that are even better than I.”