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Nigerians React as Former Ally Stabs Tinubu Badly

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By Emmanuel Adigwe

The news that a former protegee of the national leader of the All Progressives Congress, APC, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu has raised allegations of imprproeity against him has shaken many Nigerians.

While some are questioning the motif of the petitioner, Dapo Apara, others are wondering to what extent the allegations which remain unproved will damage the alluring political structure of the national leader of the APC.

Dapo Apara, a Nigerian chartered accountant, in his petition accused the former governor of Lagos State of various improprieties.

Apara also accused a sitting governor of involvement in the affair.

Not surprisingly, the allegations have set social media abuzz and the many political enemies of the famed political leader have jumped into the fray with the intention of derailing the national leader’s political momentum.

Former adviser to President Goodluck Jonathan, Reno Omokiri who has in the past hit at Tinubu and other officials of the Muhammadu Buhari administration was particularly biting in his reaction charging the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC not to cover the petition.

He warned that should the EFCC fail to act on the petition that that would lead to the start of an #EndEFCC campaign in the mode of the campaign against SARS

GWG presents reactions from other Nigerians to what remain allegations that have not been proved in the court of law.

Ade Macaddy@MacaddyGad wrote: “What does Dapo Apara want though? I wonder what motivates his Sudden turn against his one time ‘benefactor’.”

Ose Anenih@ose_anenih wrote: “I think the real wonder is that Tinubu actually believes that Buhari will ever hand over to him. He should look at what they did to Oshiomole, and advise himself well.”

Babasola Kuti@RealSolaKuti wrote: “APC southern assembly people will hopefully learn hard lessons from what is about to happen to Tinubu…since they have refused to learn from the past.”

Nicholas Ibekwe@nicholasibekwe wrote: “Boy this lawsuit by Mr Oladapo Apara of Infiniti Systems Enterprises looks that the key we have all me finding to unlock Bola Tinubu’s alleged highly fortified business fronts. Ọmọ! This affidavit is filled with juice! “

MagniVicent Ikenna @Ikenna_09 wrote: “No wonder there’s no video on #OndoDecides2020. He can hire @fkeyamo to defend at least one person owes the other favor.”

Olushola Olufolabi@olushola_shola wrote: “Has Tinubu built any private secondary school or university or have you read any message from him celebrating teachers ?! No! He built institute for NURTW. Make him your president because of tribal sentiments and you already have a future cut out for your youths.”

Reno Omokri@renoomokri wrote: “If after @DapoApara‘s petition and law suit, the

@OfficialEFCC does not investigate and detain Bola @AsiwajuTinubu, then not only should we start #EndEFCC as we are doing #EndSARS, but the EFCC must apologise to all Yahoo boys. Their crime is not up to Tinubu’s! “

chijiоke, Ph.D., Nuclear Engineering(Affidavit).@Ekwulu wrote: “When Teanubu finally rolls out his Presidential campaign,l will really like to ask him why he denied Ambode a 2nd term but supported Yahaya Bello of Kogi State.”

Olayemi Adedayo@ultimatescholar wrote: “Ambode messed up with party bigwigs more than what Tinubu could have settled. Being a leader doesn’t mean you should dictate to others. Naija politics is about give and take.”

Clxrence@clarenceonyx wrote: “Not sure opening Tinubu’s file will achieve much on its own.”

Ilùvatar @xmenNiyi wrote: “Tinubu about to be fucked up!”

Ọ̀𝖇𝖆 𝗔𝖉𝖊́𝘆𝖊𝖒𝖎@YemieOke wrote: “Oyetola was also indicted., Tinubu shouldn’t have open that campaign office.”

Adetutu Balogun, MBA@Tutsy22 wrote: “Alpha Beta Consulting was awarded a contract by the Lagos State Government when Tinubu was governor of the state after a recommendation by a committee comprising the then Attorney-General of Lagos State, Prof Yemi Osinbajo (now the Vice President of Nigeria).”

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