Reno Omokri, the former presidential spokesperson, has dragged Barrister Natasha Akpoti after accusing him of making sexual attempts toward her in the past.


Reno recalls turning down a proposal from a woman who wanted him to be her sugar daddy, indicating his desire for a better life rather than a bitter one. See the full story here.


Barrister Natasha had contradicted his claims about dating any lady other than his wife when she related her experience with Reno Omokri at an event in Abuja in May 2014 in response to his public display of rejection.

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According to her, he had a slew of lovers while serving as a special adviser to former President Goodluck Jonathan, the majority of whom he introduced to Sure P through his office. Reno had also made some inappropriate advances on her during President Uhuru Kenyatta’s return visit, and she had given him a false name and phone number.
Dear Reno Omokri, I realize how monotonous and bitter life must be for you while you are seeking asylum in the United States.

You won’t be able to contact your countless iPhone 2 girlfriends any longer… You got the majority of them into Sure P through your position as Special Assistant to President Goodluck Jonathan. Were you married at the time?


During President Uhuru Kenyatta’s return visit to the Villa in 2014, I rebuffed your ridiculous advances…. I provided you a fictitious name and a fictitious phone number, however….

Reno claimed he was granted an annual leave by GEJ during the Aso rock event and did not return until June 23, 2014, taking images of his international passport to support his alibi.

Reno went on to say that her claims were unfounded because she had met a monster in his form, pointing out that he has an iPhone13 at home (wife) and would not be interested in an old Nokia 3310. (Natasha).

As he puts it:

Greetings, Natasha H Akpoti.


Thank you for taking the time to leave a comment. I had no idea who you were until my assistant looked you up on the internet and briefed me. In 2014, you said I made a move at you at an Aso Rock celebration for Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta.

The ONLY time a State Banquet was organized for President Uhuru Kenyatta during then-President Jonathan’s reign was when he visited Nigeria from May 4 to 7, 2014, to reciprocate President Jonathan’s visit to him in Kenya on September 5-6, 2013.

You said I made a pass at you at the Aso Rock reception and asked for your phone number, to which you responded with a false name and number. Interesting!


Please find my passport attached. I had a special passport as a Presidential spokesman. Please take note of the US immigration stamp on my passport, which indicates that I entered the US on April 28, 2014.

You should also take note of the other immigration stamp from Murtala Mohammed Airport, which indicates that I did not return to Nigeria till June 23, 2014.

I also have a number of iPhone images from May 2-4, 2014, when I was at my children’s school. Apple iPhone timestamps images with dated metadata, as you may know.


In addition, I have a signed document from former President Jonathan allowing me permission to fly to the United States on my yearly leave during that time (you can’t leave Abuja without the President’s clearance as a Presidential spokesman).

As a result, I’m baffled by your claims. Because I was not in Nigeria on the day you say you met me, it’s possible you encountered a demon at Aso Rock who took on my shape.

Finally, please keep in mind that I am a fastidious keeper of records. And, as I already stated, I own an iPhone 13 at home. Why would I be interested in an outdated Nokia 3310 in the first place?

Thank you very much, and may God continue to bless you.