Obi zeroes in on Tinubu; questions his health, wealth – The Niche

Obi zeroes in on Tinubu’s source of wealth, as Adebanjo does

By Jeph Ajobaju, Chief Copy Editor

“Bola Tinubu, the great philanthropist, should also disclose the source of his wealth with which he bankrolled the elections of APC in the Southwest and that of General Muhammad Buhari and his various properties in Lagos” – Afenifere leader Ayo Adebanjo.

Peter Obi says Bola Tinubu is in poor health and his supporters are only after the money he doles out, the source of which Tinubu has repeatedly failed to disclose.

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Tinubu is the presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), the party of Muhammadu Buhari, who has gone on medical tourism in the United Kingdom several times in his seven years as Nigeria’s President.

Obi, presidential candidate of the Labour Party (LP), made the remarks in a viral video in which he questioned Tinubu’s health and source of wealth.

Afenifere leader Ayo Adebayo has also publicly challenged Tinubu to tell Nigerians how he made his money.

Obi’s words: “Somebody said to me that this candidate ‘fought Abacha regime to a stand still.’ That ‘he even lost everything.’ I said, ‘but he has two planes now. Where is his company?’

“Once he comes here and gives you money, you will say Jagaban is the best candidate even when the man is not well. That’s the problem of the country.

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Nigeria in crisis

“My brother, we are in a crisis. That’s why I’m pleading to all of us. Let us go and take back our country and run it like any other country where the leader is responsible to the people,” Obi stressed, per Vanguard reporting.

“The people can question the rascality and the behaviour of their leader. Bad behaviour has become a measure of success in our system.”

Tinubu’s health generates concern among the public, which he has dismissed, insisting he is healthy enough to withstand the rigours of ruling a boisterous population of 206 million.

But what he cannot dismiss, and should answer, are persistent questions about his source of wealth, from which he donates millions of naira to causes that grease his political ambition.