Tribute to Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu
“I do not admire Tinubu because he is a saint. I do not admire Tinubu because he is from the south. I do not admire Tinubu because he is a Yoruba. If I want saints, I will proceed to heaven, not on earth. Every human is fallible.
I admire Tinubu because he saved Nigeria from the danger of falling into a “one-party state”. He has nurtured many renowned National successors. He listened to the voice of the masses to surrender his personal ambition at the most critical moment.
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He strategically terminated PDP 60 years life span in 16 years. The robust critic and critique we are enjoying today are because Tinubu aligned himself to the masses to return the power to them.
Tinubu has the option of joining the PDP elites to hold us hostage for another decade but he gave his all to the masses to dethrone the elites.
Political juveniles believed that APC won because of the votes from the North. No!!! APC victory was cemented the day PMB and Asiwaju resolved to work together.
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Asiwaju and PMB almost became a Nomadic by visiting every human that can help midwife Nigeria salvation. Those Nomadic Almajiri walk later brought salvation to us.
God willing, PMB is the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. Anybody, any cabal, ‘any Viju milk activist,’ attempting to humiliate Asiwaju must have me to contend with.
An average PDP man is sad with Asiwaju because he brought them to their knees. If anyone thinks that bringing down Asiwaju is his project, that mission will not only crash but it will boomerang.
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Don’t tell me he is overbearing. Your “underbearing” mentors were nowhere to be found when this country was lying critically at the intensive care of the universe.
Recall my first line. Asiwaju is not a saint. Stop demonising what you admire out of envy. Even your mentors admire him.
He owns Lagos! I hear from you!
Ask your grandfather and parents how they acquired your so-called ‘family land’.