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Tinubu Should Be In Jail; He Is A Man Without Source Of Income- Adeyanju Raises Alarm

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Adeyanju, the convener of Concerned Nigerians, has claimed that Bola Tinubu, the National Leader of the ruling All Progressives Congress, will sell the country, just like he did with Lagos State, if he is elected President in the 2023 general elections.

Adeyanju’ s reaction to Tinubu’ s recent announcement to run for president in 2023 prompted Adeyanju’ s.

According to rights activists, the former governor of Lagos State should be imprisoned rather than allowed to run in the election.

On the other hand, he encouraged Nigerians to stop Tinubu from becoming president.

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” Tinubu, the bullion van dealer, will sell Nigeria to himself as he did with Lagos State, ” Adeyanju predicted.

A man with no known source of income other than politics, which includes private jets and untold billions. ” May such a disaster never strike Nigeria. ” ” Tinubu should be imprisoned instead of running for President, but this is Nigeria.

” Thiefnubu” has enough bullion vans to bribe all the indolent young and destitute masses, but all honest men of conscience must unite to stop the irredeemable ole.

Remember that the former governor of Lagos State notified President Buhari of his presidential ambitions earlier this week.

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Nigeria is a federal republic with the president as the chief executive. The president is the chief executive of the state, the head of government, and the head of a multi- party system. Nigerian politics is governed by a federal, presidential, representative, and democratic republic in which the government exercises executive power.

Nigeria’ s federal, state, and municipal administrations all want to work together to administer the country and its people. On October 1, 1960, Nigeria gained independence from the British colonial authorities and joined the British Commonwealth. In Nigeria, both men and women serve in government.

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