Dele Momodu Has Shared His Opinions On Bola Tinubu, The APC’s Nominee For President
Dele Momodu, a member of the Peoples Democratic Party's presidential campaign committee, has shared his opinions on Bola Tinubu, the APC's nominee for president.
According to Dele Momodu, Bola Tinubu is a potential dictator, and he asserted during an appearance on a Channels Television program on Tuesday, October 25.
The media figure added that because of his severe suffering under a dictatorship, he wouldn't ever endorse one.
“I will never support a dictatorship. I suffered under dictatorship. I was in detention, I was in exile for three years. Dictatorship has no way in my books.
“So once you begin to demonstrate dictatorship, I will move back. He (Tinubu) is a potential dictator.”
Bola Tinubu has shared insights into his relationship with the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Pastor Enoch Adeboye.
While delivering a speech with the Kano chapter of the Christian Association of Nigeria, on Monday, former Lagos State governor, Bola Tinubu revealed that the Rev. Enoch Adeboye named him “Abraham”
“The day my wife ordained a pastor, I was there. Pastor Adeboye gave me the name Abraham,” Tinubu said. “I said what's the meaning? He said the father of the nation.”
Festus Keyamo, Nigeria's Minister of State for Labour and Employment and the campaign spokesperson for the All Progressives Congress, admits not knowing bola ahmed Tinubu's whereabouts.
“Our candidate is not in the country currently and I don't have any information on where he is. I know he will be back in a couple of days but I don't know the particular day.
“He is also not on a medical trip; I don't have such information. It is not true that we have not started campaigns because the candidate is sick and is not around.”