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2023: Former Governor Reveals APC Chieftains, Others That Dislike Bola Tinubu




Former Governor of Jigawa State, Sule Lamido has revealed some people and groups that dislike the presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress, Bola Tinubu.

The Peoples Democratic Party chieftain disclosed this in an interview with Vanguard.

According to Lamido, a socio-cultural organization, Afenifere doesn’t like the former governor of Lagos State and has been saying it openly.

He further stated that governors under the ruling party also do not like the APC National Leader.

Lamido disclosed that they dislike Tinubu because he is domineering and he is a dictator.

The former Governor claimed that President Muhammadu Buhari will never support Tinubu because he knows the man’s mentality and psychology.

He said, “Fine if southern governors now would say they are all going to APC, let them say so. And then let’s have somebody like Amaechi as President. Do you think Wike will agree? Right now, Tinubu is going through hell from whom? His fellow brothers! Afenifere doesn’t like Tinubu and they have been saying so openly. The governors of APC also don’t like Tinubu.

“They say he is too domineering and he is a dictator. I mean, he is their son, why can’t they make him? So, let’s have some degree of honesty and sincerity in what we are doing. If southern Nigeria is going to come together and say “we want to produce President from the South”, then they should collapse their political boundary into one political party and then say, for instance, Amaechi emerges as the candidate, I don’t think Wike will agree.

“Mark my point, Buhari will never support Tinubu because I know the man’s mentality and psychology. He will never support Tinubu. People didn’t believe me and I say wait and see. Right now, APC governors are against Tinubu. So this issue of having our own as the demand from South, APC governors are the first to gang up against Tinubu.

“The whole thing is all about interest, it does not have anything to do with the South per se. Issues of poverty and security cut across the North and South but people don’t talk about it. It’s all about power, to do what with the power? Buhari has the power and in what way are the North and the Fulani better off? But some few individuals, it is interesting, not the bigger picture called Nigeria.”

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