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Sunday, 13 November 2016

YORUBAS PROTESTS TINUBU'S IRRELEVANCE IN BUHARI'S GOVERNMENT

YORUBAS PROTESTS TINUBU'S IRRELEVANCE IN BUHARI'S GOVERNMENT


Published by Family Writers

Toluwani Eniola and Stanley Ogidi

Supporters of the National Leader of the All Progressives Congress, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, on Saturday, staged a peaceful protest to express their displeasure with the alleged sidelining of the APC stalwart in the country.

The protesters were led by the APC Chairman in Lagos, Henry Ajomale.

The loyalty march, tagged, “I stand with Tinubu,” also had in attendance government officials, present and past political office holders.


They marched from the Lagos State House of Assembly Complex in Alausa to other parts of Ikeja.

While addressing the protesters, Ajomale said the leaders of the party would not allow anybody to rubbish Tinubu’s legacies.

Ajomale said, “The man that started the whole revolution (Tinubu) is now being rubbished because of the inordinate ambition of very few members of the party. They want to destroy the party and that is why we are concerned about what is going on. If we allow a few people to truncate what we fought for, then the promise made to Nigerians would not be fulfilled.

“Those trying to undermine the leadership of Tinubu in APC are not helping this country. My advice to them is to leave Asiwaju alone and let him do what God has asked him to come and do for this country.  Those planning the crisis should have a change of mind because it is not going to help the country. We cannot sit down and fold our hands and allow anybody to destroy the whole thing we planned.”

  In his remarks, the Deputy Chairman of Lagos APC, Omolaja Odumbaku, said they would  continue to support Tinubu because they hold his leadership qualities in esteem.

Addressing the supporters, the Convener of IStandWithTinubu rally, Babatunde Afonja, said the protest was to show that Tinubu still remains the leader of Nigerian progressives

3 comments

  1. Yoruba's are really cowards and fantastically fraudulent in nature. Tinubu himself is a Yoruba corruptible stunt! Tinubu's hands are not clean at all! That is who Yoruba went protesting for? While Yoruba turned blind eyes, looked the other way, and remained dumb as the under educated child rapist dictator Fulani Herdsmen/boko haram terrorist breeder is gone terrorizing and beating and arresting any good nature Yoruba Judges, and Yoruba activist with very clean hands? The cowardice Yoruba didn't have the gut to step out and protest for the good nature Judges and good nature activist. Instead it is that Tinubu who is dirty and ugly in nature, whose hands are just as corrupt as Buhari himself that Yoruba went protesting. Tinubu who is up to no good for Yoruba, who will only seek for the ways and means to suck Yoruba dry for his personal gain, that is who Yoruba went to be protesting for? Yoruba's are the biggest of fools there is. No wonder Yoruba is partner in crime with Hausa-Fulani, and Britain that brought down the fake fraudulent expired Islamic Muslim jihadist Nigeria country that was created by Britain as an experiment!!!

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  2. OH,THEY SHOULD NOT FIGHT AS IT IS TOO EARLY TO DO SO. I AM 100% SURE THE MAIN REASON FOR THIS EARLY PREPARATION IS DUE TO UNSTOPPABLE EXIT OF IGBO AND OTHER BIAFRANS FROM ZOO-NIGERIA THAT UNEASINESS HAS ENVELOPED MY YORUBA PEOPLE.WHAT IS NEXT?LET US USE TINUBU MAY THROUGH HIM WE MAY EXIT TOO AS ALL SOUTHERN NIGERIANS ARE LEAVING YORUBAS ALONE WITH THE NORTH. THE GAME IS OVER AND BIAFRANS ARE MARCHING ON COME 2017 AND YORUBAS MUST MUST MUST BE IN ONE NIGERIA OR..... BIAFREXIT IS HERE. BY THE BIAFRAN RABBI

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  3. Saboteurs and cowards. They aren’t seen anything yet. They think the North likes them; wait for Biafra to go, they will see pepper - especially with the discovery of crude oil in Ogun and Lagos. They aren’t seen anything yet. Yeye people!

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