Tinubu Describes Akwa Ibom Governor As A Boy, Says Atiku was the Senate President

Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, the All Progressives Congress’s (APC) nominee for president, made yet another mistake on Monday.

He referred to the governor of Akwa Ibom State, Udom Gabriel Emmanuel, as a youngster during a campaign rally in Uyo.

In addition, he dialed the former Senate President Atiku Abubakar rather than the vice president.

They don’t have a mandate; ice cream is all they have. E melts rapidly. Your yeye people were given to me. Haba, Atiku, when I become president of the Senate! You sell this asset, that asset, our collective riches, all we possess.

“Akwa Ibom, you won’t go through this again. Tell that boy [Emmanuel Udom], who brought Atiku here and considers himself the governor, to stop. He was a resident of my Lagos backyard. I would have driven him home if we weren’t one,” he replied.

The former governor of Lagos State has come under intense scrutiny from Nigerians for his purported ill health since he announced his ambition to run for president.

Also mentioned by Tinubu was the time Atiku disagreed with former President Olusegun Obasanjo and was granted the go-ahead by the Action Congress (AC) to run for office in 2007.

I saved him from Obasanjo, who planned to burn him like goat meat. When the election came along again, he fled to Dubai and returned for the stomach infrastructure. He arrived in Lagos. He received a ticket after we helped him get better, but he spent it and used it to make money.

“He confronted Buhari and Obasanjo and lost. With Jonathan, he failed. He struggled in every subject. Before he starts offering to sell the remaining miniature palm trees, you best keep an eye on him. What we must do is advance our nation. On our property, there are enough gas reservoirs.

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