Unwanted presidential aspirant Bola Tinubu has confessed to the effect that becoming Nigeria’s president has been his lifelong ambition.
The loathed presidential aspirant stated this on Monday, January 10, after informing dictator Buhari of his desire to run for the Office of the President in 2023.
Tinubu, who supported the Lekki Massacre of October 20, 2020 hypocritically claimed that he has the capacity, confidence and the vision to build on the vision of dictator Buhari.
Tinubu, who embezzled and privatised Lagos State’s wealth between 1999 and 2007 whilst Governor of Lagos State said that he went to the State House in Abuja to see dictator Buhari on a wide range of issues about Nigeria , including security issues and some of the current concerns in the All Progressives Congress [APC].
Asked if he had informed dictator Buhari of his intention to run for president in 2023, he said:
“I have informed the president but I have not informed Nigerians yet. I am still holding consultations.”
Tinubu, who is now desperate to run for president, supported the killing of innocent and unarmed peaceful protesters at the Lekki Tollgate in Lagos on the evening of Tuesday, October 20, 2020, saying that the peaceful protesters needed to explain what it was that they were doing at the toll plaza before they were shot and killed by trigger-happy Nigerian soldiers acting on the orders of dictator Buhari and Nigeria’s anti-people party, the All Progressives Congress [APC], of which Tinubu is a top member.
Tinubu also turned himself into a political god in Lagos soon after completing his second tenure in 2007, deciding who becomes ward councillors, local government chairmen, legislators and governors.
He has also personalised more than half of Lagos State’s wealth and properties with successive governors afraid to challenge him for fear that he would mobilise state legislators to impeach and remove them from office.
Despite having left office since 2007, Tinubu, a self-styled god of Lagos politics, has been the brain behind the emergence of all governors and every decision made by such governors.
In a recent interview, Chief Bode George stated that Tinubu receives 15% of the internally generated revenue of Lagos State. The unwanted presidential candidate is yet to refute this claim since then.