2023: Buhari Should Be Wary Of People Trying To Market Tinubu ― Bode George

Former national vice president of the People’s Democratic Party, PDP, Chief Bode George, has urged President Muhammadu Buhari not to fall in love with those who would overshadow the main problem plaguing Lagos State in unnecessary intrigue and solicitous self-plunging into partisan compromise.

Bode George also advises former Osun State Governor Bisi Akande not to engage in fruitless plea sessions for a man who is obsessed with a twisted pipe dream about ruling Nigeria.

“The visit of Chief Bisi Akande, Prince Tajudeen Olusi, Dr. Yomi Finnih and Chief According Osoba to the seat of power in Abuja is unnecessary, unnecessary, veiled in a poorly hidden agenda that is woven into a seemingly personalized ulterior despair. selfish.

It is easy to discern that the visit is stripped of any patriotic progression, lacks a balanced national leadership, lacks a spirit of sacrifice and vision of development. The mere absence of Bola Tinubu at the jamboree screams to the heavens that the gathering itself is a covert appeasement of the terrain for Tinubu himself. I’m pretty sure that in his very absence, Tinubu is at the center of the discussion.

Bode George, who is Atona Oodua from Yorubaland in his message titled “The Jamboree’s Visit to the Village: My Birthday Offering”. He said the true linchpin of the Lagos disease is the reckless and irresponsible misappropriation of the Lagos commonwealth by Tinubu.

“This I have documented in several public interventions. This, I must add, contributed to escalating the discontent and anger of the young men who made the Lekki Tollgates the very symbol of their rejection of the policy of subjugation.

“I will advise Baba Akande, who ruled the state of Osun with principled and incorruptible leadership, to kindly help us to leave Bola Tinubu in Iragbiji while he returns to Ila-Orangun, instead of participating in fruitless supplication sessions for a man. who is obsessed with a twisted chimera about ruling Nigeria. It should pay compensation for the atrocious dispossession of the Lagos coffers. “

Source: – Vanguard